As part of our delivery of supported living, we are able to provide care in your own home as well as arrange for care to be delivered in a dedicated space that is conducive to support whilst encouraging independence.

Roedhelm Road is property that allows people requiring care or support to stay in a shared house. The flexible setup allows our clients empowerment of residing in their own environment which has private spaces belonging to that person only at the same time as benefitting from parts of the building that are communal and specifically set up for the delivery of care. This set up allows for independent living, integration with fellow housemates and the best care to be delivered.

Roedhelm Road is spacious six bedroom detached home. Located on a quiet residential development off Swine Lane in East Morton. Within close proximity of beautiful countryside, parks, comprehensive amenities of Keighley and bus routes into Bingley providing onwards public transport links to Leeds, Bradford and Skipton. The property is spacious and bright and has benefits from 4 bathrooms and a separate cloak room. To the front of the property is a mostly laid to lawn garden with gated entrance leading to a paved pathway to the front elevation. To the rear of the property is an enclosed well kept garden that is mostly laid to lawn with decked seating and sensory area.

Empowered Living Way

Empowered Living believe everyone, whatever their ability and background, has a place in society and should have the same opportunities to achieve.

We listen, help our service users to face problems head-on, and work with us to find practical and realistic solutions. At all times, we are guided by trust and openness.

Empowered Living look beyond disabilities and challenges, and believe that everyone has a valuable part to play in the community, however small, and should be empowered to make their own contribution.

Empowered Living strive to be transparent with their decisions and actions at all times. They are trusted to help those who are the most vulnerable and complex people in society today.

Treat a person as they are and they will remain as they are. Treat a person as they could be and they will become as they should be.



The right of the individual to be left alone or undisturbed and free from intrusion or public attention to their affairs where this poses no risk to themselves or to others.


Recognition of each individual as a valued person, recognising their personal needs and treating them with respect at all times.


Opportunities to act and think without reference to others including the opportunity to learn through risk taking.


The opportunity to select independence from a range of understandable options.


The maintenance of all entitlements associated with citizenship.


The realisation of personal aspirations and opportunity to expand abilities in all aspects of daily life.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Our team is fully trained at working with all levels of challenging disabilities and we also have a specialist with specific training and education of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder. We are passionate about helping and supporting individuals from all backgrounds wherever they are from in the UK.

We care, and our approach produces significant achievements for everyone. Autism is a spectrum condition and because all those with it share certain difficulties, their personal condition will affect them to differing degrees. Some people can live relatively independent lives but others may need a lifetime of specialist support. Individuals may struggle to understand and relate to others around them so that daily family or social life is challenging.

This inevitably leads to being misunderstood and a feeling of isolation.
Empowered Living can support people to manage their condition giving ongoing access to our services and expertise; focusing on education and behaviour support. We enable the people we serve with ASD to understand their behaviour and create coping strategies. We help them define their skills which allows them to be a part of their community.

How We Help

Our Clients and Us

Empowered Living puts the people we support at the centre of what we do. A person led approach to training and our passion and purpose is what drives us.

Empowered Living listen to the things that bother it’s service users; what they want to do and achieve, how they want to live, what works for them and what doesn’t.

Empowered Living…

is about each service user as an individual person, their needs, their goals, dreams, aspirations, family, friends and community

works on ‘why’ each service users acts as they do and ‘how’ those supporting them can respond in a way that works for the service user and meet their needs

gives service users the motivation to engage with others living within their local community leading to the building of strong relationships

uses methods such as education, skill development and communication enabling service users to achieve as much independence as possible

employs Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), creates strategies such as ‘shaping’, ‘chaining’, ‘social stories’ and ‘reinforcement based practices’ to transform service user behaviour and to improve lives

understands the issues that can get in the way of service users achieving their goals, dreams and aspirations and moves mountains to overcome them


Empowered Living will always ensure that service users have what they need to continue to grow and step into a more independent life. Empowered Living select the right methods for each person including…

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Talking and Speech Therapies

Behavioural Programs

Skills Teaching

Buddy Coaching and Support

Pet and Holistic Therapies

and many more

Staying Connected

Empowered Living appreciates that being away from home can be a distressing time, particularly for family and friends.

That’s why we encourage regular visits, but realise this is not always possible. As such, we have introduced a Facebook-based service that helps families stay in touch and view updates and pictures on residents’ progress and any activities they have been involved in. All service users’ accounts are private and can only be viewed by authorised family members.

We also have Skype video-calling, should you wish to see and talk to a service user in real time. Of course residents and families can also keep in touch by phone, with some service users also able to use email on their own computers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a list of our frequently asked questions, however if please contact us if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

  • What are the staff like?
  • Who else will live with me?
  • Is the food good?
  • What about transport?
  • Will I have a key worker?
  • Can I go home to parents?
  • Can parents and friends visit?
  • Are the homes mixed sex?
  • I’ve got lots more questions
What are the staff like?

Friendly, caring and professional.

Who else will live with me?

People with similar abilities to yourself.

Is the food good?

Yes, we pride ourselves on home-cooked meals that are (nearly) as good as you’d have back at home.

What about transport?

Each house on the main site has its own people carrier for service users and relatives when they visit, if required. Some residents also use taxis and have named drivers who assist them.

Will I have a key worker?

Yes. Shortly after you arrive you will be assigned one. Once you have settled in you can change if you want to.

Can I go home to parents?

Yes, whenever you want.

Can parents and friends visit?

Yes, whenever you want.

Are the homes mixed sex?

We have both, but we always group according to compatibility, not gender.

I’ve got lots more questions

Contact us and we’ll do our best to answer them.

Make a Referral

Can you make a difference? The work we do at Empowered Living can be complex and demanding, but it is always immensely rewarding. Submit your CV here.

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