Support for adults with physical disabilities so you can enjoy an independent life of your choice regardless of any disabilities you may have

If you have a mobility challenge or a sensory impairment we can help you learn to accommodate what you may perceive as limitations. You may have a physical disability due to

  • An accident that has caused injury such as amputations, back or neck breaks
  • A fall in old age
  • A disability you were born with
  • Injuries from war and tours of duty

Depending on your specific needs we will work with you, your family and other professionals to ensure you are comfortable and safe. Through a person centred care approach we will look at how we can minimise intervention and maximise opportunities to enable independence and help you achieve what you want. Your goals and aspirations will be central to how we support you and we'll always be working towards achievable targets that lead to the lifestyle you want. Some of the things we can look at to help you achieve your goals are

  • Learning new ways to do things
  • Modifying your home to accommodate your needs
  • Mobility aids
  • Assistive technology
  • Improving confidence

We work closely with professionals and family members to provide short and medium term reablement care and support packages to aid in recovery programs or long term support for those who need it. You can continue living in your own home and everything we do will focus on cultivating independence.


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A physical disability doesn't mean you can't do the things you love


Jessica plans for the future

This is Jessica's story about becoming more independent and enjoying life to the max! Although Jessica's story is edited, Jessica was interviewed to help create this article. Highlights of her comments are shared throughout. 


Our physical disabilities support services are available in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Lincolnshire and surrounding areas

Whatever your physical disabilities, the Augusta Care team is available to help at any time. Reach us

  • By phone, on our 24 hour helpline 01733 233 725
  • By email, on
  • By text, on 07970 399 498
  • On Twitter or Facebook
  • By arranging a meeting


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