An award-winning provider of personalised home and live-in care in the Royal Borough of Greenwich has opened its doors to a new service which focuses on enabling and supporting individuals with learning difficulties.

Bluebird Care provides care assistants who are highly trained, with extensive practical experience across many different areas of learning disability. These include behaviours that challenge, autistic spectrum disorders, complex health needs, physical disabilities and sensory impairment.

Director of Bluebird Care Greenwich, Anoop Sekhon said: “People with learning difficulties often tell us they need trained staff to work with them to help get the most out of their lives. That’s why we spend so much time setting up a care package which suits the individual and their personal needs.

The care we provide for people who have learning difficulties is absolutely tailored to each individual’s needs. There is no ‘one size fits all’.

Bluebird Care starts by talking not only the with individual concerned, but also to any advocates or stakeholders involved with family members and healthcare professionals. It is always the customers’ wishes that form the centre of the service we provide.

Anoop added: “We never take the view that we know best. Our new services for those with learning disabilities are completely person-centred. We want to make sure that everyone’s quality of life is as positive and productive as it possibly can be.”

For more details contact Bluebird Care by calling 0208 851 5551, emailing, viewing their website at or visiting their office at 10, The Mound William Barefoot Drive (SE9 3AZ).

Submitted by Nathan Hartley