Brandon Trust is a charity supporting adults and children with learning disabilities and autism across the South West and London.
Brandon Trust is a charity supporting adults and children with learning disabilities and autism. We believe that all people with learning disabilities should be able to live a life of freedom with fewer limitations.
We see a future where people with learning disabilities will exercise full citizenship with all its rights and responsibilities within UK society, where every person will be empowered and supported as necessary to safely live their life to its full potential within their communities.
They will routinely exercise choice and control to the extent that they are able to, in all matters that impact them without fear or barriers, and know what it is to love and to be loved. People with learning disabilities are able to live the life they aspire to have and enjoy the same freedoms and dreams as everyone else.
Brandon Trust aims to:
- Dignity and respect: people have a right to be treated with dignity and respect and we are committed to enabling people to feel self-worth and self-respect by what we say and how we support them.
- Independence and control: We aim to enable people to develop and maintain as much independence and control over their lives as possible; to make a positive contribution to the community they live in.
- Respect individuality: We view each individual as someone who has value, and is entitled to a sense of identity, their own particular likes, dislikes, and personality.
- Equal opportunities & inclusion: we are committed to working alongside the person and others to maximise the effectiveness of support, ensure consistency and meet individual needs & wishes.
Established: March 1994
Registered Charity Number: 801571
Full time staff: 1200
Part time staff: 800
Phone number: 0117 907 7200
Address: Brandon Trust Olympus House Britannia Road Patchway Bristol BS34 5TAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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