We offer supported housing schemes for adults aged 18-60 with physical and learning disabilities.
- Homes with visiting support
- Homes with 24-hour support facilities
- Homes within secure communities offering activities such as crafting, day trips and options for a full and fulfilling social life
We also provide several supported housing schemes across England for adults aged 18-60 with learning and sensory disabilities in partnership with other agencies such as Choice Care and Voyage Care. See our agency-managed services.
How to access our services
Click each box below to read more about our schemes and how to access them.
Bow Court, Swindon
Bow Court is a gated housing complex for people with learning disabilities who wish to live independently with the support of our coach team. Set in the heart of Swindon’s old town, the scheme is well placed for easy access to the town centre and all amenities.
Bow Court has a mix of one-bedroom apartments and bedsits. They are all self-contained with their own bathroom and kitchen. There is an office where residents can meet with their coach, plus a large, secure communal garden. Little Bow is our garden room within the grounds of Bow Court where we hold regular events and activities.
On arrival, customers are allocated a coach who will work them to develop a comprehensive support plan, to help them plan their future and live independently.
The scheme is funded through licence fees, Supporting People, and housing benefit.
How to access the service
Referrals for people aged 18+ must be made by Community Teams for People with Learning Difficulties using the current Common Referral Form.
Referrals should be sent to:
81 Bath Road
You can also apply via Swindon Borough Council’s Choice-Based Letting scheme.
Willow View, Poole
Set in the beautiful grounds of Hamworthy, Willow View provides a safe and secure environment for residents.
There are 21 purpose-built flats for people with physical disabilities, people with low-level learning difficulties, and people with low-level mental health issues.
The accommodation has lift access and is staffed Monday to Friday with resident access to out-of-hours support in case of an emergency.
Residents have access to a dedicated coach to support them with practical needs such as applying for benefits and addressing any repairs. Residents are also encouraged to get involved with social activities and community initiatives.
Rents and service charges at Willow View are funded by housing benefit contributions and the residents’ own contributions.
How to access the service
Referrals for people aged 18+ with physical disabilities, low-level learning difficulties, and low-level mental health issues must be made via BCP’s Housing team.
For more information about Willow View, call 01202 674393.