We are part of Dimensions, one of the country’s largest not-for-profit organisations, which has been at the forefront of national best practice in support provision for more than 40 years.
We’re a values-led organisation, which means we expect each of our colleagues to demonstrate our five core values:
We work in partnership with others to achieve more for people. We aim to increase our knowledge and understanding of what makes good culturally sensitive person-centred support. Read about our All Together Better Programme here.
We are guided by the courage of our convictions to make a difference. We are committed to developing and maintaining an open and inclusive culture which values and respects difference to enable us to reach shared goals. See how a dedicated colleague made a big sacrifice to continue supporting people throughout the pandemic.
We act with integrity to ensure what we do is grounded in what we believe. We continue to embed our vision and aspirations for promoting equality and respecting diversity within our core values. Read Harry’s story here.
We are ambitious about helping people reach their potential. We strive to ensure that at all levels. We are representative of the communities we serve. See how Mark is helping to train graduate nurses here.
We show respect and recognise that people’s individual contribution adds value to us all. The people we support will be treated with fairness and respect. Read how the Discovery Community Fund helps autistic adults and people with learning disabilities to voice their concerns.
At Discovery, we’re working to provide high quality personalised support for people with learning disabilities and autism, helping them to be actively engaged with, and contribute to, their communities; with a vision for better lives for more people.