The Fremantle Trust

The Fremantle Trust is a registered charity and not-for-profit business providing first class care and support services for older people and adults with a learning disability.

We work for the people who use our services.

We are committed to safeguarding the independence, rights and lifestyle of every individual and believe that those who use our services should be genuinely consulted and fully respected.

Since its formation in 1992 Fremantle has been working with and providing care and support to older people (including those with dementia), people with learning disabilities and people with mental health problems.

We provide a range of high quality care and support services including: Extra Care Housing; Care Homes; Domiciliary Care; Day Opportunities; Respite Services; Supported Living; Outreach Services and Community Support.

We support approximately 2000 people and employ 1,700 staff. All our services are registered with CQC.

Services for older people comprise:

  • 29 Extra Care flats in Maidenhead
  • Currently providing between 146 and 302 hours per week of domiciliary care to older people living in the community to maintain independence, reablement after a hospital admission and end of life care – increasing part of our business
  • 883 care home places in 12 homes in Buckinghamshire, 5 homes in Barnet and 1 home in Harrow
  • 951 day sessions per week (175 places) in 5 day centres in north London

The mix of services includes: specialist nursing care, dementia care, specialist dementia care for Asian Elders, specialist day care service for Asian elders, respite care, services for older people with learning disabilities and services for older people with mental health problems.

Services for people with learning disabilities comprise:

  • 110 people supported to live in their own home (this is an increasing part of our business)
  • 6 places in a short breaks service including people who have behaviours that challenge other services
  • Increasing number of domiciliary care into people living in their own homes in the community
  • Opportunities and activities service, ‘My Time’, to enable people to increase their skills and life experiences and integrate into their local community
  • A soon to be Social Enterprise with full user involvement, ‘Nclude’, in partnership with a Self Advocacy organisation; to enable and empower people to take more control over their lives and find real work.

Support is provided to people who have a range of needs including: physical and sensory disability, mental health needs, autism, complex behaviours and communication needs.

All our services work to enable people to live more independently and maintain their links with families and local communities. We work with people to ensure they are supported to undertake activities and follow up opportunities in the community.

All services are based on the core values of choice and control, privacy, dignity, independence, rights and fulfilment.

Fremantle Vision

  • To provide first class services focussed on individual customer outcomes and satisfaction 
  • To build our reputation as the provider of choice for quality and best value services 
  • To work with staff and stakeholders to develop and deliver innovative and high quality services 
  • To continually look for improvements to services and work with the people we support and staff to deliver them 
  • To develop the skills and qualifications of our dedicated workforce

Fremantle Values

  • Respect for individual choice, control, privacy and dignity 
  • Promoting rights, inclusion and independence in all services 
  • Supporting fulfilling and meaningful lives for all service users 
  • Encouraging every member of staff to contribute fully

The Fremantle Trust
65 Rabans Close,
Aylesbury,
Buckinghamshire
HP19 8RS

T: 01296 393000

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