More grants available through Vivo’s Community Fund

The second round of Vivo Care Choices’ Community Fund is now open for applications until Wednesday 28 October. Apply for funding through the Community Fund The Community Fund is worth £20,000 in total, with £10,000 available in the second round. Community initiatives...

Helping others during the pandemic

Lizzy, who uses Vivo Care Choices’ supported living services, has had her hair cut shorter to support the Little Princess Trust. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been challenging for people using Vivo’s services as they haven’t always been able to get out and...

Supporting people with neuromuscular conditions during the pandemic

Vivo Care Choices has helped the NeuroMuscular Centre (NMC) adapt to life during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in a number of different ways through its Community Fund. Based in Winsford, NMC is a Centre of Excellence for people and families affected by a...

Flexible and responsive support

Vivo Care Choices provides a range of flexible and responsive support for people with learning disabilities and autism and older people, including people with dementia.

The high-quality services will work with you to meet your needs, allowing you to be part of your community and maximising your choice, independence and wellbeing.

Services for adults with learning disabilities

Our services for adults with learning disabilities cater for a wide range of care needs, and our accommodation has specialist equipment and technology to support people in a warm, friendly and modern environment.

Services for people with dementia

Our Dementia Centre of Excellence at Curzon House in Chester provides care, support and accommodation for people needing time to recover from illness, evening and weekend respite for older people and day services for people with dementia all under one roof.

Services for older people

For people over the age of 65, we provide a range of caring, responsive and stimulating day services in a number of centres across the west Cheshire, giving people the opportunity to socialise in a safe and supportive environment and offering a choice of therapeutic and engaging activities.

Shared Lives

Shared Lives is a person-centred service and matches those using the service with a carer or carers who will share activities or their family life in a caring and supportive environment.

Vocational training and employment opportunities

Our café at the end of the Little Roodee car park in Chester not only sells a range of delicious food and drink to the public, but it also provides vocational training and employment opportunities to adults aged 18 and over with a learning disability.