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Residential Support

Adult Support

We operate services across the West Midlands that provide residential care to autistic adults. All our services are rated ‘Good’ by CQC.

These homes vary in size from small to large. Three are in south Birmingham, two in north Solihull and one in Droitwich. We believe in the potential of each person, so residents in all of these homes are encouraged to take part in leisure and education activities within the community.

We have extensive experience of supporting people to gain,maintain and develop greater independence. We have supported people in our residential care homes to move to more independent living models and supported living. This has always been delivered through a multi-agency approach involving the person and key people throughout the process with a focus on reducing
dependency on paid support and always focuses on achieving the person’s goals.

We currently have vacancies at Oakfield House. Please email: or call 0121 450 7582 for further information. 

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Our Homes

The Poplars

The Poplars

The Poplars opened in 2001. It is a residential service providing 24-hour care and support to five adults, both male and female, with autistic spectrum condition and associated disabilities.




Pinetrees was established in 1995, and is also situated in Selly Park. It provides a small home environment for four adults with Asperger syndrome.


Gorse Farm

Gorse Farm

Gorse Farm is a registered residential home in Marston Green. People living there are supported by the staff to follow their interests and pursuits such as such as shopping, horse riding, swimming, college courses and drama groups.


Oakfield House

Oakfield House, is located in Selly Park Birmingham. It has provided residential and day support for 19 adults with a diagnosis of autism.


Upper Ford Lodge

Upper Ford Lodge opened in 1998 and is located in Droitwich Spa. It is a residential home for eight adults with autistic spectrum disorders.


Wagstaff Way

Wagstaff Way is the newest of the residential services for Autism West Midlands; Wagstaff Way has been open since 2009.