United Response is a top 100 charity committed to making life better for young people and adults with learning disabilities and mental health needs. We combine high quality care with influential national campaigns that challenge inequality and throw a positive light on the achievements and everyday lives of the people we support.
We support people – more...with mild and profound learning disabilities, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, physical disabilities and mental health needs. We are particularly renowned for our specialist work with people who have complex needs, challenging behaviour or a dual diagnosis.
United Response supports people however they want, with whatever it is that makes them feel happy, safe and in control of their lives.
Some of the people we support thrive on living independently, only needing our help to stay on top of housework, bills and medical appointments. For others, we’re on call 24 hours a day, delivering top-notch support that encourages everyone – no matter how complex their needs – to participate meaningfully in all aspects of their life. – less
Written by Senior Support Worker (Former Employee) from Bristol on 25 March 2020
United response as a company is ok.Management seem to be not sure of job roles. Old staff are bullies towards new staff and its very hard to intergrate. New staff never last more than probation if lucky leave after a year. Culture of suspending staff over inuendos lasting months and a lot of favouritism of staff by managers. Also no one really cares - more...