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Stepping Stones Services - Supported Living And Outreach

  • Date Updated

    06 May 2020

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At Stepping Stones we recognise and celebrate the uniqueness of every individual by ensuring that a person centred approach is adopted. We are committed to enabling personal growth now and for the future, giving each person the strongest voice with regards to decision making and lifestyle choices. Our range of supportive services and environments will encourage each individual to fulfil their personal dreams and aspirations. Each individual will be valued and treated with dignity and respect and to be at the centre of, and included in all decisions made about their own life. We are registered with CQC.

  • At Stepping Stones we are committed to an approach that enables service users to achieve wellbeing, independence, making a positive contribution to community, be safe, learn new skills and enjoy life.

  • All service users have a choice over who, when and how support is delivered

  • We will support service users in making friendships and maintaining relationships with friends and family.

  • We will always match a tenant/service user to make sure that there are similar interests among them in a supported living house.

  • We encourage service users to try new things, learn new things to maximise their potential for greater independence

  • We will help service users  with supported employment, learning new skills at local colleges, accessing local community services, sports, GP services,

  • We acknowledge the expertise of families as those who know and care most about the person. Families contribute to our understanding of the person. We proactively work with families to enable them to contribute to person-centred reviews (for example, by arranging them at times that suit the family) and actually providing care if they choose.






North West


Referral Required


Referral Notes

Referal from a social worker. We will consider individuals who are in reciept of Individual Budgets.

Local Offer


 We are an inclusive organisation/service who support Children & Young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Age Bands
16-25 years
  • Address
    Broadfiled House
    91 , Manchester Road , Rochdale ,
  • Postcode

    OL11 4JG

  • Notes


    • Service will be delivered at service users own home or in Supported living/housing we work with several private and social landlords and have a list of properties that is updated every month in Rochdale, Bury and Oldham.
    • You will be supported by staff who all have enhanced CRB ,minimum of NVQ level 2 or equivalent and experience in working with people with complex learning disabilities including challenging behaviour, Autism, Aspergers and Dual diagnoses..  
    • All service users have a choice over who, when and how support is delivered