Thank you for taking an interest in our supported living community.

Our accommodation gives young adults with learning and other disability the opportunity to live as independently as possible in supported living. Our accommodation is adapted to meet individual needs, and we provide long-term security of tenure for as long as a tenant wishes.

Our houses are in suitable locations, providing easy access to transport links, doctors, and to clubs and classes, and community based activities.

Tenants are supported in all aspects of daily life by a care provider, who will provide as much or as little support as each individual requires.


All Rainbow Living tenants have their own bedroom.

Tenants bring their own furniture, electrical appliances, and are able to decorate/personalise their room.

Some bedrooms are en-suite and where a bathroom is shared, we aim to keep this to a maximum of 2 people.

It is each tenants responsibility to manage their own personal space and to take shared responsibility for the communal areas. 

When you become a tenant, you will pay rent to Rainbow Living; the costs are funded by your Housing Benefit. Bills are paid separately from your own money supported by the Care Provider. You will also be asked to sign a tenancy agreement - we will provide this in easy read format.

Next steps

If you are a young person with a learning disability, or the parent/carer of a young person with a learning disability, and interested in living in a Rainbow Living house, please contact us to register your interest. You can email us, or call us on 07942 359434.

We will ask you to fill out some forms explaining the nature of your learning and/or other disability, what your accommodation needs are, and timings of when you are looking to move into supported living accommodation. We will also ask you to sign our Data Protection & Privacy Policy.

If you are put on our waiting list, we will keep in regular contact and keep you updated on progress.