We are a small team currently working across Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. We assist individuals with a learning disability to achieve their personal goals and become engaged in their local community. We are a person-centred service, designed around the needs of our clients.
With over 7 years experience in the health and social care sector, Josh has an extensive background in support work and community connecting.
Josh has previously worked as a support worker for clients with learning disabilities in the community and in supported living accommodation.
He also developed a sports coaching company for individuals with disabilities and worked as a Physical Education Coordinator in a primary school, before setting up JH Community Support in 2016.
Jackie has worked for over twenty years in the public and private sector. Jackie has served the community in various roles such as a front desk officer for Northamptonshire Police and a duty manager for a busy sports centre.
Jackie is passionate about encouraging and supporting young adults with learning difficulties to live happy, balanced and fulfilled lives.
Jackie employs a person-centered approach to maximise positive and rewarding outcomes for service users and their families.
“The service is very honest. They seek progression and look at promoting independence… A client you have been working with is much more confident.
He no longer requires the level of support first put in situ and he is becoming less reliant on other, empowering and developing confidence... Josh responds to concerns promptly and maintains communication to ensure a all involved are aware.”
“The changes have been remarkable with the clients we have been working alongside. The changes include increased confidence, motivation and giving back to the hospital.
If you are looking for a service that shows 100% commitment and professionalism these are definitely the people to use. Josh shows such enthusiasm and passion to helping others and we all truly admire his work ethic and determination to help others."