Chaos offers a wide range of services to individuals with learning disabilities and/or additional needs, and that range is growing by the day.All of our services and activities are designed to be inclusive and targeted specifically and individually at the young person accessing them. Our assessment and planning process allows us to look in depth at a young person’s needs and wishes before designing a plan for their time with us that will actively help them to achieve their goals.
Chaos runs two thriving day services for adults with learning disabilities, one in Havant and the other in Cosham. Our purpose-designed buildings mean that we can offer care to individuals with complex needs, and our range of activities mean that they will be challenged and inspired to develop and learn, whatever their needs may be. More ›
Our short-stay respite unit is based in a self-contained flat above our day service in Havant. It boasts four uniquely-decorated bedrooms, accessible toilet and shower facilities and its own kitchen and lounge room. Providing they have a budget for overnight stays, anyone is welcome to stay at the Hotel, regardless of whether they access any other Chaos services or not.. More ›
At Chaos we recognise that finding sustainable, paid employment can be one of the most challenging aspects of a young adult’s life, and this challenge is only enhanced when they have a learning disability. We not only want to support young adults to develop the skills to find employment in their community, but also to empower them to take control of their own lives and their own business. More ›
We currently run a club for 13-19 year olds on Saturdays and during school holidays, where we offer a range of different activities. These clubs provide young people who need extra support with a place where they can meet with friends and other young people, socialise, take part in trips and activities, or just relax at Chaos House. More ›
Before we start supporting anyone, it’s important that we complete an assessment. This is a chance for us to get to know the people who use our service and to determine which things they need support with, which things they enjoy doing, any health issues or allergies they may have and any medication they might take. This allows us to provide the best possible care and support for everyone who accesses our services. More ›