Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Values in Care – Wales

Supporting individuals in Wales with complex needs, including learning disabilities, autism to live life to the full.

Find support

Since 2003

We’ve worked with each person we support, their family members and support network, to deliver high quality meaningful support, enabling each person we support to live a full and rich life and access the opportunities and activities open to everyone in their community.

We work hard to attract, retain and train exceptional, skilled and experienced support team, who are aligned with our ethos and who care about the people they work with, and the individuals they care for and support.

Find support

Find support

Need help? Our support team are here for you

Values in Care, Tredomen Innovation & Technology Centre, Tredomen Business Park,
Ystrad Mynach, Hengoed, CF82 7FQ

01443 862476

We make the difference

We provide specialist medium to long-term 24-hour supported accommodation and vocational services for adults with complex learning disabilities and autism that may lead to behaviours that challenge.


Placing each person at the heart of our service

The care and support we deliver is tailored to meet individual needs and goals, enabling each person we support to live fulfilling and inclusive lifestyles within their local community, supporting them to achieve their aims and aspirations.

Committed to providing the highest possible standards of care and support

In addition to the full range of both primary and secondary healthcare, as part of each person’s care package we offer and provide where appropriate, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology, drama therapy and art therapy. A full range of learning programs and qualifications for people with special needs which are accredited by Agored (OCN) are also on offer.

The people who work for us, and alongside us, care about making a difference

Our ethos and robust recruitment, training and quality assurance processes and standards, underpin the work we do. We invest in our staff and support them in the work that they do and in their continuing professional development.

Residential Care

Each person we support is at the heart of the service we provide

Our 24/7 Residential Service offers warm, welcoming, stimulating and safe home environments for people with a range of complex care needs including learning disabilities, autism and behaviours that challenge.

Each home is adapted to meet individual care and support needs

Where appropriate, assistive technology is employed to help keep each person safe and well and assist with developing independent living skills.

Providing a safe and warm environment where people can grow and flourish

We work closely with every person and their circle of support including their loved ones, friends and other social and healthcare professionals, to enable each person to plan their future and work towards achieving their goals and aspirations.

Each person is supported to access opportunities that are open to everyone within their local community – enabling them to become active citizens in the community. A full range of vocational activities tailored to individual interests is on offer to everyone we support.

Find support

Vocational Services

We have always placed great emphasis on developing the skills, interests and capabilities of the people we support, and this philosophy continues through our Vocational Services.

Our team of tutors work alongside the people we support and their care teams, to create structured programmes, personal to each person and appropriate to their developmental and aspirational needs.

This professional, focussed approach enables us to capture the enthusiasm and aspirations of individuals in a way which encourages personal achievement.

Find support

Specialist Behavioural Services

Our Specialist Behavioural Support Team for autism and learning disabilities consists of eight PBM trainers who are qualified as a minimum in BTEC Level 4 – in Positive Behavioural Support and are led by a Behavioural Therapist, all have varying skill sets, which include TEACHH, therapeutic approaches, active support, understanding autism and other specialist therapies.

With a wealth of experience working alongside primary and secondary health care teams, the multi-disciplinary approaches delivered by our Specialist Behavioural Team ensures each person’s health and wellbeing needs are supported in a proactive way.

Everyone who works for us is trained in Positive Behavioural Support (PBS), autism awareness and inclusive communication, including interpretation and implementation of support plans based on full needs assessments and subsequent risk assessments; they are also trained and experienced in observation and monitoring skills.

Find support

Activities on offer

Meet a range of different interests and hobbies include:

  • TEACHH Style Sessions
  • Woodwork
  • Pottery
  • Sensory
  • Cycling
  • Cookery & Health Eating
  • Walking Group
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Movement to Music
  • Horticulture
  • Chair Based Exercise
  • Sports Club
  • Boxercise
  • Pamper Days
  • Gym Sessions
  • Education Classes
  • Computers/iPads
  • Smoothie Making
  • Active Citizenship

A full range of activities is available to everyone we support.

Find support

Throughout my career I have been searching for an organisation with a strong ethos. Values in Care has given me that opportunity to be part of something that makes a difference and I look forward to being part of the team for the rest of my career. 

Service Manager, Values in Care. 
support for independent livingsupport for independent living

Contact  Values in Care

Let us help you find support that suits your needs.

01443 862476

Need help?
Our support team are here to help

Get in touch with us to arrange a referral.

Contact us
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram Skip to content