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About Embrace

Embrace is a leading independent provider of health and social care in the UK. We provide residential, educational and supported living services which enable people to live as independently as possible.

Embrace supports older people, providing dementia, nursing, respite, palliative and end of life care. Embrace also supports adults and young people who have learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries, mental health problems and special educational needs through its schools, resource centres, residential and supported living services.

We believe that every individual irrespective of their physical, social or psychological condition has the right to be treated with dignity and respect and to be supported to maintain choice and control over their own lives. We work in a person-centred way to identify individual goals and ambitions, focusing on enablement and the promotion of personal dignity.






Why Embrace?

What matters more than anything else are the people we support. We treat every individual with dignity and respect and support them to retain choice and control over their lives.

What Make us different?


We work with each individual and their family to create a care and support programme to meet their specific wishes, goals and aspirations

We believe that every individual irrespective of their physical, social or psychological condition have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and to be supported to maintain choice and control over their own lives

Our multi-disciplinary approach to care means we offer a range of therapeutic and social activities to improve people's quality of life

We care for more than 1,000 people with dementia in the UK and work closely with leading organisations to ensure we keep pace with people’s changing needs. We offer individual care and support programmes to meet the specific needs of people with conditions such as Huntington’s disease, mental health problems, autism, dementia, learning disabilities and complex needs.