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Complex Care


We are a specialist care provider that supports individuals who have a learning disability and/or are on the autism spectrum. We provide a flexible, person-centred approach with a focus on supporting those who display significant behaviours of concern.

We offer a broad spectrum of flexible personalised care carried out by our multidisciplinary team.

At CJP Outreach Services, we don’t anticipate it will always be ‘smooth sailing’ with the people we are supporting.

The individuals we support may have experienced abuse, rejection, and trauma.

We also support individuals who may exhibit symptoms of post-traumatic stress, have experienced institutionalisation, and may have missed out on everyday processes of socialisation.

Experience tells us with the right skilled relationship-based support, and the opportunity to experience a rich and meaningful life, these individuals can have and be so much more.

Our service is bespoke and built around each individual we support, therefore we can ensure that we match the right skills and personalities, ensuring that we maintain a consistent approach


Our Experience

Why choose CJP Outreach?
  • Expert support and guidance
  • Bespoke recruitment centred around you
  • We deliver a person-centred approach that delivers support how you want it
  • A dedicated team that see you as the individual
  • Training driven by your needs and requirements
  • A health and social care team with over 50 years experience in delivering quality care and support 
There are a wide range of conditions we support
  • Post Traumatic Stress
  • Trauma
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • People who may have a Learning Disability
  • People who may suffer from a Mental Health Condition

Our Approach

Our Support Plans
A complex care support plan will include all of the details relating to an individual’s health care needs, including any diagnosis that they may have, and the treatment required. Written in first person, a support plan is centred around the individual and their wishes, and will include important information such as their next of kin and other medical professionals involved in their care.
Support plans also give detailed information and instructions to carers, ensuring that they deliver care exactly as agreed with the customer during their initial assessment. Support plans can be altered at any time by the customer’s care manager and are always reviewed every six months.
Arranging Complex Care

If you would like to arrange complex care for yourself or a loved one, you can call us or send us an enquiry through our website or via email 

We operate on a “no obligation” basis, we are always happy to chat through options and look at ways we may be able to help