FUTURE FEST 2021 – 24th-26th March 2021 – provided an opportunity for our students, who all have varying disabilities, to meet service providers with a view to their future living, leisure and working arrangements. For over twenty years, Future Fest has provided this vital and successful information service so that our students can begin to investigate options available to them ready for when they leave Treloar’s.
This year, for the first time, we used a virtual format to introduce our students, college leavers, and their families to a wide range of future living providers and other services. Over three consecutive days, 24th-26th March 2021, families were invited to make 1:1 appointments with our virtual exhibitors. To help guide their choices we compiled an online exhibitor directory here, packed full of information to support our students with their decision making and future plans. With over one hundred individual appointments over the three days it was found to be an extremely beneficial arrangement, both to the service provider and to the students’ families.
We know that sorting out the next stage for a young person when they leave the school or college can be very daunting. We work closely to support our students. Their Progress and Transition Coordinator can offer support and advice at every stage of the journey. Many future living providers & day services have waiting lists, so it helps to start researching these options early. Future Fest is a vital part of the process.
If you have any further questions, please contact our Transitions team.
Living, Learning and Leisure providers - Online directory
Active Care Group is the UK’s leading provider of Complex-Care services. We have over 30 years of specialist knowledge and experience of managing complex conditions. Our vision is to make a difference; to enable people to reach their potential enjoying full and rewarding lives.Learn more
Aerobility offers disabled individuals, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane. For some, that amazing first flight is enough to change their outlook on disability forever. For others it’s realising that the fantasy of flight is truly in their grasp and that they can achieve their Private Pilot’s License.Learn more
AskJules assist young disabled adults to manage their personal (health) budgets. We assist our clients to recruit and employ PAs to provide their health, personal care, and student support. Our services help young disabled adults who require 24/7 care and support, to become completely independent, allowing them to take control of their care.Learn more
Consensus Support is an award-winning independent provider of support and accommodation for individuals with learning disabilities, autism, Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) and additional complex needs. Consensus offer a range of residential, supported living and day centre opportunities across the U.K.Learn more
County Care is committed to providing high quality, person centred services which promote the independence, choice, and inclusion of the people we support. We highlight the importance of people being supported and encouraged to participate in a wide range of activities, and staff ensure that people enjoy full and active lifestyles.Learn more
Our Organisation is designed around people with special and complex needs who require a tremendous amount of care and support. These individuals often have severe or profound learning disabilities and high care needs. We also provide opportunity to individuals without a severe learning disability but whose physical disability dictates full support and care.Learn more
Cygnet Health Care was established in 1988. Since then we have developed a wide range of services for individuals with mental health needs and learning disabilities within the UK. We have built a reputation for delivering pioneering services and outstanding outcomes for the individuals in our care.Learn more
We specialise in providing care and slow stream rehabilitation to individuals that help people to achieve their goals, no matter how large or small. This is accomplished through a variety of activities and therapies unique to DI. Each programme is specifically designed to meet an individual’s needs and aspirations.Learn more
We provide specialist community-based and residential support for adults with acquired brain injury, complex physical or learning disabilities and for people with autism, including education. Our services across the country include purpose-built residential accommodation, community-based housing, respite care, special education and community enabling services to maximise each individual's independence.Learn more
Downing Care has been providing high-quality residential care and support for adults with Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Epilepsy and Autism for more than twenty years. We have four homes across Hampshire and Surrey, all of which have been rated either good or outstanding by the Care Quality Commission.Learn more
Created by a family to make the difference; Home From Home Care provides specialist residential services to adults (18+) with learning disabilities and complex needs, autism, high acuity and health & mental health needs. We design bespoke environments and support around each individual to enable them to lead a fulfilled and active life on their own terms.Learn more
Founded by Guy Rolfe, who's brother James suffers from severe epilepsy and learning disabilities, Guy felt that many Day Care Centres didn't offer enough support, diversity or free thinking for their members. Guy decided to create a unique chain of Day Care Centres that delivered support in the way he felt was required.Learn more
We support residents to improve practical life skills and build their confidence. Residents practice daily living and social skills, develop friendships and confidence to make their own decisions and choices. Residents receive 24-hour care and supervision, a full programme of activities and leisure pursuits and input from therapists, creating an extremely positive environment for people to live in.Learn more
Haberdashers House is our unit specifically designed to meet the needs of young adults. With 24 hour nursing care, staff are able to support the most complex of health needs. The focus is on fun and inclusive, client centred activities both within Haberdashers, the wider RHN facilities and the community.Learn more
We provide accommodation and therapeutic support within residential and supported living homes for people with complex learning and mental health needs. Our staff work in partnership with individuals placed in the homes, their families, friends and social workers to enable them to thrive and lead rich and happy lives.Learn more
Home to a diverse student community, Solent University is dedicated to enabling learners of all backgrounds to become enterprising citizens and responsible leaders. Access Solent is Solent University's disability and neurodiversity support service. Our aim is to remove barriers and support students to reach their full academic potential.Learn more
We are a specialist support provider of residential and supported living services for adults with learning disabilities. Our vision is to offer high quality care and support in an environment that promotes positive wellbeing and maximises their potential to live as independently as possible.Learn more
United Response is a national charity that prides itself on delivering a high level of support to adults with a wide range of disabilities, including learning difficulty, mental health needs and autism. We provide different levels of support such as Residential care, Supported living services and Outreach support.Learn more
Voyage Care is a sector-leading provider of specialist care and support for people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and complex needs. We’re committed to providing person-centred, high quality care and support – demonstrated by our sector-leading 95% Good or Outstanding quality ratings by the Care Quality Commission.Learn more
White Lodge provides services that enable those with a range of disabilities, their families and carers to lead fulfilling lives. Our vision is "a world which is inclusive to all, regardless of ability" We currently support over 2,500 individuals across Surrey and beyond through a diverse range of services for all ages and abilities.Learn more
Whizz-Kidz believes that every young disabled person has the right to a fun and active childhood, and the chance to develop their full potential in life. We provide disabled children and young people with vital mobility equipment, and life journey services, giving them opportunities to build friendships and have fun, and training to help them gain skills and look forward to a bright future.