We believe everyone can do amazing things

Our profound and almost unique experience and in-depth understanding enables us to deliver a person-centred approach that is appropriate to each individual whilst addressing their specific needs and supporting positive outcomes

Commitment

Throughout Gretton Homes there is a commitment to providing the highest standard of care and support. Regulatory bodies review and inspect each of our homes to ensure we meet all required standards and all receive excellent reports on a regular basis

We are good at what we do

Priding ourselves on developing and equipping our team members with the skills they need to thrive in their roles, we provide ongoing training programmes to ensure our colleagues can develop their careers and continue to provide the highest standard of support

Gretton Homes Specialising in Prader-Willi Syndrome

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Established in 1982, the Gretton Homes Group is renowned worldwide for its success in supporting people with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).

Gretton Homes is owned and operated by Consensus Support Services a national award winning, quality accredited specialist provider of residential and supported living services for adults with learning disabilities and associated complex health needs.

PWS is a rare genetic condition that requires in-depth understanding and support to enable the delivery of positive outcomes to those with the condition.

Our philosophy is to recognise individual needs whilst understanding the challenges that an individual with PWS experiences daily. For some, PWS is considered an eating condition where sufferers are restricted in their daily life through their insatiable appetites. At Gretton Homes we recognise all the other challenges that this condition presents to individuals; emotionally, physically, cognitively, behaviourally and socially.

This in-depth understanding enables us to deliver a person-centred approach that is appropriate to each individual whilst addressing their specific needs and supporting positive outcomes for them.

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