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Gloucestershire ​

At Aspects 2 we provide outstanding care and support to adults with Learning Disabilities and /or Autism, which enables and empowers them to live a life that makes sense to them.

We support adults in and around the Stroud area, Gloucester, Tewkesbury and Cheltenham. The local towns and the city of Gloucester are well connected via public transport, and close to the Cotswolds (our local Area of Outstanding Beauty). The adults we support live mainly in Supported Living settings, some with 24/7 staffing, some with less, depending on need.

The adults we support live in their own houses or flats, with their own tenancy agreements. We can provide support to anyone, regardless of the level or type of disability, and people are supported to make choices about how to live their lives even if they do not make choices in conventional ways. Some adults share with others and some choose to live alone, and everyone is supported to be as independent as possible, learn new skills, make new friends and get out and about locally.

 

We know from the relationships we have built with the people we support locally that living as independently as possible, having choices over who they live with and where, having opportunities to find work, and make friends and form relationships are hugely important- we can help to make this happen.

Meet The Manager

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I have been in the Care Sector for a little over 30 years and bring a wealth of knowledge with me that I have picked up along my journey to where I am now.

 

I have worked my way up from being a Care Assistant to my current role. I am described by my team as being ‘Firm but Fair’, I am approachable with a big heart. Definitely a people person, I love to hear life stories etc from staff and service users alike.

 

I am passionate about the work I do and the people I support and love nothing more than coming out of the office to visit them all in their homes and having a natter and a coffee.

 

I am a Nana, and have first hand experience of the difficulties, as 2 of my grandsons have Autism and 1 is also non-verbal, so can empathise with the difficulties that some families face. I strive to do my best for all of the people that we support…. I simply love what I do and would not be in any other profession, ‘Not for all the tea in China’, as the saying goes.

Tracey Redfern - Registered Area Manager

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