Destiny Integrated Care Ltd is a care provider based in the heart of Bedfordshire, and was founded in May 2016. The company was established due to the commitment of the directors to provide a range of high quality care and support services within Bedfordshire.

Through many years of experience working with adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health difficulties, the elderly and those with other conditions, we have acquired a passion and knowledge that will help to ensure Destiny Integrated Care achieves a consistently high standard of service.

We are registered with Care Quality Commission (CQC). The regulations that govern our registration are the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010 and the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009.

Destiny Integrated Care provides Personal Care, which is a regulated activity consisting of the provision of personal care for people who are unable to fully take care of themselves. This can be because of old age, illness or disability. We provide this through Domiciliary Care (a service provided in the service user’s home) and Community Supported Living Services to those with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Learning Difficulties and related complex needs. We also offer services for end of life with NHS.

Destiny Integrated Care team believe that individuals accessing our services should find it an enjoyable experience, where individuals are encouraged and supported to pursue their goals and aspirations leading a fulfilling life. We believe that each individual has a right to lead a normal fulfilling life irrespective of their age, race, disability, religion, gender.

At Destiny Integrated Care we will endeavour to provide the appropriate support which is tailored to the service users’ individual needs. People accessing Destiny Integrated Care will be supported and enabled to take charge of their lives, making choices and decisions regarding their welfare and influence the way Destiny Integrated Care is run. Through person centred programmes, and a holistic approach, service users will be encouraged to develop functional, behaviour management and communication skills that may aid their independence and promote their physical and emotional well being.