People leading aspiring lives

We deliver innovative, flexible and responsive care that achieves excellent outcomes for our people and communities.

Get to know us

Active Prospects is a charitable organisation enabling over 300 people with learning disabilities, physical and mental health needs, and autistic people each year to live full and aspiring lives.

We employ 350 staff across residential, supported living and services that enables employment across the South-East.

  • We are leaders in creating bespoke homes and support to enable people with complex needs to leave institutional settings.
  • We are also specialists in facilitating people-led co-production, and working with partner organisations to address health inequalities.

We’re one of the top 100 social enterprises in the country according to the NatWest SE100 list. We were also awarded 21st Best Charity to Work for in the UK, in the 2021 Best Companies awards, with an outstanding rating. We recently won Best Care Employer in the South East, in the Great British Care Awards.

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of our CQC regulated services are rated overall as ‘Good’ with a third achieving ‘Outstanding’ in domains.

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of the people we support described the care and support they receive as ‘very good’ or ‘good’.

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of the people we support describe their support staff as ‘very caring’ or ‘caring’.

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of the people we support say their support staff help them to do the things they want to do.

Vision and values

At Active Prospects, we integrate our values into everything we do from recruitment, staff appraisal, future plans, recognition and rewards, service design and every way in which we interact and behave.

Active Prospects Star Awards 2021

Make a donation today

By donating what you can, you’ll be helping us to continue to keep some of the most vulnerable people in society safe and well.

How your donations can make a difference

Active Prospects enables people with learning disabilities, physical and mental health needs and autistic people to live full and aspiring lives.

Olivia
Olivia

Olivia came to Active Prospects after her previous provider threatened to leave her in the car park at

Outstanding Progress
Outstanding Progress

Peter is a man in his 60s with a learning and physical disability. Before coming to Active Prospects,

Good Emotional Support
Good Emotional Support

Joe is a young man with a diagnosis of autism, mild learning disability, ADHD and bipolar affective disorder.

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