Community Living Services

ProCare Wales Ltd was established in 2001 as a service provider of care and support services within the community. We are governed by Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW), with dual registration allowing us to provide services for children aged 0-17 years and their families. The Company can provide early intervention work within a child’s home and school environment and/or support for a young parent with a learning disability and their child. Our adult registration allows us to provide bespoke support to both male and female adults aged 18 and over. 

ProCare Wales provides services to individuals who reside in, or originate from, the North Wales Area. Specifically, the local authority areas of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Gwynedd. ProCare Wales provides community services and support across a range of enhanced community living services, meeting the needs of individuals with severe learning disabilities, Autism, acquired brain injury, mental health conditions, chronic and enduring emotional and physical conditions and associated complex needs. We specialise in supporting people who present with significant challenging behaviours to access and participate in community life

Through the use of the active support model staff teams will encourage and support individuals to learn life skills and participate in all daily living activities. Data collection allows us to monitor and adapt our personal plans which, together with person centred planning, enables us to formulate effective individual plans and work towards meaningful change for the individual.

ProCare’s community living services have supported a number of individuals with complex needs to transition from secure residential facilities and from their family homes. Our 24 hour service provides structure and facilitates ongoing assessment and intervention. We continue to provide excellent practice in service provision. We are proud to have supported a number of highly challenging Individuals to integrate effectively into their communities, and to have increased their proficiency in daily living skills and community participation