Charity information


FitzRoy supports over 800 adults with learning disabilities and autism to live the lives they choose through 91 services, including registered homes, supported living and day centres and services. We support people with a wide range of needs, from those with very complex learning and physical disabilities and health issues requiring 24 hour nursing care to people with mild learning disabilities who may be very vulnerable and isolated without support.

Founded 1962

  • Mission statement

    FitzRoy transforms lives every day, supporting people with learning disabilities to do the things
    that make a real difference to their everyday life. Our vision, mission and values guide us each
    step of the way, and are as important now as when the charity first began in 1962.
    Our vision is a society where people are treated as equals, regardless of their disability.
    Our mission is to transform lives by supporting people with learning disabilities to lead the
    lives they choose.
    Our three core values are the signposts along the way, ensuring we continue to stand out
    from the crowd and transform lives:
    ~ We see the Person
    FitzRoy began with one mother's belief that her child deserved better, and still today
    we see the unique value in every person we help.
    ~ We are Brave
    We stand beside people with learning disabilities and their families, and together we
    face our challenges wherever we find them.
    ~ We are Creative
    We dare to imagine a world where people are treated as equals, regardless of their

  • Aims

    FitzRoy aims to:

    • To transform the lives of people with Learning Disabilities by supporting them to live as independently as they can and make their own choices
  • Overview

    Established: October 1962

    Registered Charity Number: 1011290

    Phone number: 01730711103

    Address: FitzRoy House, 8 Hylton Road GU32 3JY

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