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Livability Somerset

Obridge Road

01823 331109

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About us

Livability Somerset in Taunton, provides independent living services for adults with intellectual disabilities.

Our approach

Our support is flexible, affordable and means you can get the most out of life. Our staff are fully trained. We have supported living homes owned by a private landlord so you would have your own tenancy. We can guide and support you in what’s available in your local community, and can support you for an hour or two, or up to 24 hours a day.
We aim to touch every aspect of life to enable real choices and fulfilled potentials. We have a person centred approach our focus is ‘you and your choices’. We want you to know that everything we do is aimed at making sure the people we support get as much out of life as possible. We can work alongside family members – this is your choice.

Independent living

Livability Somerset is an Independent Living service run by Livability, the disability charity that connects people with their communities.

Livability Independent Living specialises in providing flexible, client-driven approach to care, health and inclusion requirements for people with a wide range of needs and living situations.

Whether support is needed for an hour or two, or up to 24 hours a day, we help people to get the most out of life and their local community.

This service, which embraces homecare, accessing local activities, community support and day services, supports all ages from late teens to elderly people. We offer Independent Living services throughout the UK.

This service was previously known as Oakwood Church.

Livability Somerset
Obridge Road
Taunton Somerset TA2 7PU
United Kingdom
Phone: 01823 331109
Email: enquiries@livability.org.uk
  • With a person centred approach
  • To get active – maybe swimming, walks, or horse riding.
  • Go out, including clubs, days out, holidays or learning.
  • Supporting you to keep every day life ticking over, hep with paperwork, spiritual needs or attending appointments.

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