Real Life Options is a registered charity that supports people with learning disabilities and autism across the UK to have more choice and greater control over their lives. Our wealth of experience in providing individualised support packages including supported living models, outreach, residential care homes and respite breaks continues to grow year on year.
By working in partnership with individuals, their support networks and with sector-leading bodies, we seek innovative ways to ensure that the people we support have more choice and a real voice in how they live their lives. Through regular consultation and valuable feedback, we continually review and adapt our service provision, putting the people we support at the very heart of what we do.
Real Life Options would like to invite the people we support to complete the latest My Voice survey. The survey focuses on the relationships that the people we support have with family and friends. We encourage all the people we support to complete the survey so we can find about the support we provide, what we do well and what…Read More
We are pleased to share with you the results of our new quarterly MyVoice survey. It is the first survey in a series designed to give the people we support and their families and guardians a real voice with the organisation. It enables us to build a clearer insight into the thoughts and feelings of the people we work for…Read More
We’d love for the people we support to showcase their best creative skills and design a Christmas Card. Your card can be as colourful, cheerful and as creative as you like. As always, it would be a great opportunity to spread some festive cheer. The winning design will be turned into an actual Christmas card which will be sent to…Read More
Work has officially kicked off in Swadlincote to bring new homes for local people living with disabilities as well as new jobs to the area. Eighteen new apartments are being built at the site on Coppice Side in Swadlincote, which will be exclusively for people with physical disabilities and learning disabilities. Four of the apartments will be for people who…Read More
Today is World Mental Health Day. The past 18 months have been hard for everyone. It's okay to admit you're struggling and you need help. It's good to talk. You are never alone and it's okay to not be okay. Remember you can always talk to your manager if you need additional support. And we have a number of free…Read More