Why choose Anchor?

  • Individualised support
  • Weekly drop-in sessions and regular social activities open to all
  • Fully trained, dedicated and professional staff team
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

    Why choose Anchor?

  • Individualised support
  • Support with all aspects of day-to-day life
  • Fully trained, dedicated and professional staff team
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

    Why choose Anchor?

  • Affordable training and consultancy services tailored to suit your needs
  • Support with every aspect of your social care business
  • Expert staff and trainers still actively working in the social care industry
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

    Why choose Anchor?

  • Affordable training and consultancy services tailored to suit your needs
  • Support with every aspect of your social care business
  • Expert staff and trainers still actively working in the social care industry
  • Established for over 25 years
  • Enquire now

Rights

Everyone has rights and we will help you ensure your rights are respected.

You should be able to:

  • say what you like as long as you respect other people
  • make choices about your life
  • expect people to listen to you
  • be safe at home and have time to yourself if you choose to
  • get information about your health and any treatments
  • get more information about your rights
  • have your rights respected

You can:

  • speak out and complain if something is wrong
  • choose the people you want to see and who your friends are
  • live with people you get on with
  • have relationships, get married and have children
  • decide what to spend your money on and get paid if you work

It is wrong for people to:

  • shout at you, call you names, hit or hurt you
  • force you to have sex or abuse you
  • take your things or money away from you
  • lock you in or stop you from going out
  • punish you

It is wrong for anyone to treat you badly because of:

  • being a man or being a woman
  • your skin colour
  • your health or disability
  • your religion
  • how you communicate
  • your sexual orientation

You should speak to someone or make a complaint if you do not feel that your rights are being respected.