Our Care Givers

At Disability Matters we have four essential pillars and qualities that underpin each of our support workers within the Disability Matters family.
Every single one of our support workers has been recruited from a Special Educational Needs or Special Needs play and respite background. They bring with them a wealth of knowledge, passion and experience to our families and young people who have entrusted us with their care. Our support workers share in our belief in the right of our special community to make a valuable contribution to society.


Each of our support workers undergoes an enhanced DBS check before joining Disability Matters, which means peace of mind for our families and young people.


As part of our commitment to independence and learning for life, our focus on delivering tailored sessions and participation in fun and engaging activities is further complimented by a programme of life skills in accordance with the wishes of the young person and their family.


Each member of the Disability Matters Family works alongside our service users in a sensitive and respectful way. Our support workers build strong sustainable relationships with each of our families and the special people they work alongside. Communication and listening to the people who need them the most is key to the care they provide ensuring the support is always there and appropriate to the needs of the person.


At Disability Matters, timekeeping and ensuring smooth running of each and every session for our families is high priority. Our support workers understand deeply the importance of being on time for each session and committed to each of the families and young people they are attached to and working alongside. This means you will always have a support worker by your side.

We are proud of our support worker family...

they are the heart and soul of Disability Matters.