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4Life Healthcare Services - Supporting Young Adults

Supporting Young Adults

Caring for young adults in Canterbury


We believe the key to enhancing the quality of a young adult's life, is to nurture them to achieve their full potential, regardless of the daily challenges they may face

Our supported living packages help young adults from the ages of 18, engage in activities they enjoy, through Positive Behavioural Support (PBS), whether at home or out in the community, so they can get the most out of life.

4Life Healthcare Services - How we support young adults


Our daily visits or 24 hour care services for young adults, encourage them to participate in communal activities that help develop their social skills, as well as helping them to access education or local work. We also provide specialist care for young adults suffering from long-term or more complex health care conditions.


Our team of carers have a wealth of experience in caring for young people, from challenging behaviour or special needs, to those with more chronic conditions, such as Epilepsy or Cerebral Palsy.

We work in partnership with nurses, GPs and hospitals to create a safe, effective person-centred plan that is central to each individual, and is agreed by a parent or guardian.

We understand that every person has their own individual needs and interests, which is why we'll individually support each adult to achieve their goals and ambitions in an environment where they can flourish, no matter their level of dependency.

Carer dressed in PPE, with a young client, playing with her dog in the lounge
Male domicialiary care worker helping a young man to whisk an egg
4Life Healthcare Services - Who we support


Our care services for adults, support (but are not limited to) a range of conditions, including:

  • Challenging behaviour

  • Autism

  • Physical or learning disabilities

  • Muscular dystrophy

  • Cerebral palsy

  • Mental Health

  • Epilepsy

  • Brain injury

  • Spinal injuries

  • Neuromuscular


  • Sensory impairment

Contact us for additional information regarding other health needs and conditions we support.

4Life Healthcare Services - Benefits of supportive living for young adults


  • Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) care provision for all service users

  • Stay within your own home where you feel most comfortable

  • Retain your independence - live life as you choose, with assistance as and how you need it

  • One-to-one assistance from a person-centred carer

  • A choice of services available, whether personal care, companionship, social activities or specialist care

  • Confidence to do the things you love, whilst boosting your mental health and wellbeing

  • Opportunities to learn and discover new skills, with a supportive mentor right by your side

  • Improve and develop your social skills, with support towards making your own life decisions 

  • Reduced feelings of loneliness, anxiety and stress

  • Flexible plans that reflect your ongoing needs

  • Maintain quality time with family and friends, however and whenever you choose

  • Peace of mind and confidence for both you and your family

Carer helping a female client to bake a cake with red icing and chocolate buttons
4Life Healthcare - Support services for young adults


By working together with families, trusted organisations, and medical professionals, we can demonstrate the benefits of working with carers that, truly care. We take the time to discuss every individual's lifestyle and requirements, from their likes and dislikes, hobbies and interests, right through to their emotional needs and how they prefer to communicate.

All of our carers undergo strict recruitment and verification procedures, including enhanced DBS checks, and mandatory references, so you can be assured that the safeguarding of young people is our top priority.


From short visits, to full-time 24 hour care, we can help with:

  • Building a PBS structure to support a young person's lifestyle and wellbeing

  • Assistance with personal care e.g. washing, bathing, dressing/undressing, grooming

  • Assistance with getting out of bed in the morning and helping into bed at night

  • Assistance with domestic tasks

  • Support with preparing nutritious meals

  • Support with continence care

  • Support with airway management through, tracheostomy or ventilators (BiPAP/CPAP)

  • Support with gastrostomy (enteral feeding) through PEG tubes, RIG tubes, Nasogastric Tubes and Nasojejunal Tubes and JEJ tubes

  • Support with complex Mental Health needs

  • Support with Catheter care

  • Support with Stoma care

  • Support with travel requirements, incl. hoisting and mobility transfers

  • Support with accessing community activities and social events

  • Support with professional studies, or seeking work

  • Support with independence, aims and aspirations

  • Companionship and emotional support

  • Support with activities within the home

  • Support with shopping and budgeting

  • Support with administering, ordering and collecting medication

  • Support with arranging GP appointments and home visits

  • Support with arranging District Nurse home visits

  • Support with arranging optical and dental home visits

We can adjust our care services according to different conditions and situations. If you cannot see a particular condition or service listed on this page, please get in touch and we'll be happy to advise how we can accommodate your needs. 

For further information, please call us on 01227 936 957 or complete our Request a call back form and we'll call you back at a time convenient to you.  

Book a free home care assessment

We offer free home care assessments, whether in person, via telephone, or video call, to our clients. That way we can chat through your personal needs in detail, at your discretion.

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