Chiltern Support & Housing

Your Lifestyle, Your Health, Our Support

Fully Supported Living

Chiltern Support provides supporting services for adults at risk specialising in Acquired Brain Injury, Mental Health, learning disabilities, Autistic spectrum disorder and transition services. We provide High quality accommodation in residential areas with smaller occupancy, promoting a home like environment for our service users. Here they are able to access the community around them whilst receiving ongoing support and rehabilitation from our highly trained staff.

Domiciliary, Complex and Palliative Care Services

Chiltern Support are able to provide daily visits to any service user in their own home assisting with  day to day needs.  We also have a highly trained staff team who are available to provide specialised care in the home. This includes PEG feeding, suctioning, management of cough assist machines, automatic ventilators and bladder and bowel management.  In addition we have an abundance of carers with palliative care experience, who provide comfort and dignity in the later stages of life.

Day Care

This can be provided either on an individual basis in someone’s home by assisting them to access the community or at our Day Centre facility in Harrow. Here our highly trained staff are able to provide activities which involve, engage and enrich our service users lives. This day centre also includes our state of the art sensory room providing a relaxing and therapeutic environment for people with sensory processing disorders.


To provide the best level of care and excellent service to all our service users, which starts with our staff team. We value our staff and understand they are the key to our success. All employees are supported from the beginning to ensure they are able to deliver the very best quality of care to all our service users.  You will receive continued support and award winning training throughout your career to continually develop your skills and knowledge. It is essential that you have a genuine care for others, good communication skills and the ability to understand what each of the roles entails.  Care experience is useful but not always necessary as we provide full training. Having access to transport and flexible availability is also advantageous. We offer excellent rates, flexibility, training and all the support you need to fulfil your role.

Information for Commissioners and Continuing Health Care Teams

We have forged a close working relationships with Clinical Commissioning Groups for continuing health care funded clients. We have a unique understanding of this area of the care sector.