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Head Office - Newlands Bishop Farm, Berry Hall Lane, Catherine de Barnes, Solihull, B91 2RY

Our Services

We offer learning disability and mental health services across Solihull and the Midlands. Our services are person-centred, always treating people as individuals and helping them to make choices about their own care. Every person is individually assessed, and care packages are tailored to meet their needs.

We support people with mental health problems, learning difficulties and physical disabilities to live their lives independently, knowing that we are here to be of assistance when required.

We offer the following wide range of great services throughout Solihull and the Midlands:

Learning disability services in Solihull and the Midlands

Newlands Bishop Farm and Community Gardening Service are two work-based training centres, which work predominantly with people who have learning disabilities. At the centres, we also offer support to people who have brain injuries or mental health problems.

Solihull learning disability services from the Family Care Trust offers work-based learning and qualifications

Solihull mental health services

Our Blanning Dementia Day Centre offers specialist care and support for people with memory problems, such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, strokes, Parkinson’s or other mental health problems in a safe, supported environment for users of the service and gives carers and relatives much needed reliable respite opportunities.

Our Solihull mental health services services also provide a community support programme, which is run by our reach out team, supported living schemes, community befriending schemes and a drop-in centre.

Solihull mental health services for people with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, strokes, Parkinson’s or other mental health problems

We support the Care Personalisation Programme, welcoming those on direct payment, personal budgets and self-funding, as well as through NHS/Local Authority group provision arrangements.

Contact the Family Care Trust for more information and advice.