Stockport CP Society provides a wide range of activities and support for adults and children with physical and/or learning disabilities, and autistic spectrum conditions. We particularly focus on individuals with the most complex needs. We currently support over 700 people across the North West to live a more independent life.
We are here to support and help you enjoy life to the maximum.
We provide a wide range of services, including community and home support, residential care, supported living, skill development services, holiday provision, cycling and leisure schemes.
The way we provide support is unique to each individual. We will work with you to design a range of activities and support that reflects your needs and preferences. We will agree a support plan with you that will be regularly reviewed.
We will make sure you have the support you need so that you can participate in interesting and enjoyable activities, make new friendships, develop new skills and become more independent.
Equally important is our desire to broaden your experiences, build your confidence and develop your social skills, whilst ensuring costs remain affordable.
Whether you are looking for short-term support to regain independence or require long-term intensive support to enjoy a good quality of life, we can help you plan a pathway of support to meet your needs so that you can live your life the way you choose.
If we don’t currently provide the support you require, please do contact us. We are always open to suggestions.
We have a strong track record of providing creative, flexible and individualised services. We have experience of supporting people who have their own funding and provide a bespoke service to support people to use their individual budgets in creative and truly person-centered ways.
DELIVERING A QUALITY SERVICE
Stockport CP is committed to the achievement of quality standards in all areas of service delivery; we have a philosophy of continuous improvement and strive to achieve positive outcomes for all our service users. All our services are compliant and meet CQC regulations. We have worked hard to achieve these standards and we are always working to improve our services.
Read the latest report for our Cheddle Lodge residential care home inspection that took place in April 2016. We received an overall GOOD! http://www.cqc.org.uk/sites/default/files/new_reports/INS2-2453525230.pdf
MISSION AIMS / OBJECTIVES
Civil rights, maximum independence and challenging discrimination faced by people with disabilities.
An organisation where people who have disabilities are equally valued and empowered to live full and rewarding lives.
To improve the quality of life for people with cerebral palsy and allied conditions in Stockport, East Cheshire, High Peak and surrounding districts through the provision of quality services and campaigns in partnership with people who have disabilities, carers and other organisations. To give priority to those with high support needs.
To develop and provide a unique range of services, which reflect individual need and choice through integrated provision and specialised support.
The Society adheres to the Accessible Information Standards. If you require communication or information in alternative formats, we are able to provide this for all of our Adult Service enquiries. Read our Accessible Information and Communications Policy here. Accessible Information and Communications Policy 2016