Adult Services

At Quarriers, we know that there are many ways in which disability can affect lives, and that each person with disability responds to different levels of support.

We believe in an equal and inclusive society where everyone is accepted and can live the life they choose. Through challenging inequality, we give vulnerable people more opportunities and, importantly, we ensure that their voices are heard.

Find a service

Find an adult service in you area.

We specialise in supporting adults affected by:

  • learning disabilities
  • complex physical disabilities
  • acquired brain injury
  • autism

Self Directed Support

Quarriers can support you to make the most of your individual budget. We will listen to what is important to you and ensure that you are supported in the way that you want to be.

Contact us

Quarriers Head Office
Quarriers Village
PA11 3SX

Tel: 01505 612224


Care homes

Quarriers runs specialised residential care home services for people with more complex levels of disability. Wherever possible we offer people care at home, but when someone requires 24 hour access to care, they know that Quarriers will be there for them.

Care at home

Living independently can give you the courage to face new challenges and the ambition to try new things. Quarriers encourages adults with a disability to live independently wherever possible, through group living environments, supported living and residential short breaks.


Respite and short breaks

Quarriers provides respite and short break care for adults with a disability. This means that the person is cared for by highly trained and professional staff in a safe and secure environment while their family or carers also benefit from a break in their caring role.

Acquired brain injury

People with acquired brain injuries need very specialised care and treatment. The team at Quarriers focuses on working with the person who has suffered an injury and their family or carer. We help them overcome the short- and long-term effects of brain injuries in groups or on a one-to-one basis. Sometimes progress is slow and the goals we set are small ones, but we provide brain injury awareness strategies which give people’s lives more meaning on a day-to-day basis.