Our Services

UK Supported Living Services (UKSLS) provide community based support to people living in their own homes. UKSLS are a family owned business that has built a service based on a philosophy of tolerance.

Restraint Reduction Network

UKSLS are proud to say that we are a NON RESTRAINT organisation and believe passionately that people with learning disabilities should live in the community and never in a hospital/institutional setting.

Stopping Over Medication

We have signed up to the Health Charter 2017 to help improve healthcare access for people with learning disabilities and we are ardent supporters of stopping over medication of people with a learning disability (STOMP).

Our Customers

As a business we have a positive reputation for our quick response to emergency assignments and our services have been successfully used in place of hospital admittance and out of area placements.

UKSLS specialise in forensic services and also work with the following customer groups;

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autism
  • Mental Health
  • Complex Needs
  • Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD)


Working With Us

Our person centred, outcome based training, coaching and staff mentoring supports all of us to support our customers.


Community Based


Family Business


Customer Focused

Want to Work With Us?

Visit our employment page for more information or to submit an application.

Call for an informal chat on 01202 038005

Office No.2,
40-44 Holdenhurst Road,
Bournemouth BH8 8AD

Tel: 01202 038 005

Email: info@uksupportedliving.co.uk

Emergency referrals contact: 07410 942287

Recent News

Support Worker – Sturminster Newton

01202 038 005Office No.2, 40-44 Holdenhurst Road,Bournemouth BH8 8ADinfo@uksupportedliving.co.ukJob Title: Support Worker Salary £19,787.04 per year based on 42 hours, we pay £78.48 per sleep in Part time positions also available At UKSLS we pride ourselves on...

Learning Disability Week 2018

This year, Disability Week (18 - 24 June) is all about health - with a big focus on the Treat me well campaign See what you can do to help the people you support.