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Willow View is a residential home for adults with learning disabilities and complex needs, including behaviours that may challenge, mental health issues and autism.

Willow View is a lovely, peaceful three bedroom bungalow in the heart of Warminster, providing a home for just two people. There are front and rear gardens to enjoy, and It’s just a short walk to the town centre.

We believe that anyone living at Willow View should have the same care and opportunities as they would in their own home. That’s why we recognise, respect and support individuality, encouraging people to take as much control of their lives and decision making as they can, while offering care, support and guidance.

Our specialist team are experts in person-centred assistance and our range of services and strategies can help individuals to manage complex behaviours effectively.

All staff working at the service undertake accredited Positive Behaviour Support training.


Individualised support

Support at Willow View is precisely tailored to the needs and wishes of the individual. We try to achieve not only what is important for someone but also what is important to him or her. This holistic approach is very person-centred and promotes positive outcomes and development of skills for life and leisure.

We work with individuals, and those significant in their lives, to set - and achieve - short, medium, and long term goals. These change over time, so our support plans are regularly reviewed and updated as necessary.


"Friends and family are always welcomed with a smile, and fully supported as needed."

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Our techniques include:

  • Structured and robust behavioural management
  • Positive behaviour support for complex behaviour
  • Intensive but not risk averse support plans
  • Encouragement of independence
  • Total communication to ensure everyone actively participates in planned care
  • Continuous assessment and review to ensure a responsive service

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An opportunity to join our wonderful team at The Willows - Autonomy Life has arisen! We are now recruiting for a Support Worker to join our residential team in our Warminster residential home.
We offer exceptional career prospects for this position with 30 hours per week.
For those who have previous support experience in care or possess the right attributes to come onboard, we want to hear from you! We are looking for the following requirements:

💕 Caring and respectful
💕 Fulltime position
💕 Enthusiastic with excellent communication skills
💕 Hold a valid driving licence and have access to a vehicle

Please send full CV and availability/ potential start date to

To view and apply for this position via our website please click the link below:
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Or for more information or to discuss your role and hours further, please call Pete on 01985 215757 or email:

Be part of a caring company and make a real difference to peoples lives.

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Location and contacts

Autonomy Life Limited - Willow View, 63b Boreham Road, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 9JX.
Tel: 01985 215757  email: 

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Meet the Manager: Sharon Young

Sharon has worked in health & social care for 26 years working with individuals with learning disabilities and complex needs. Her career started as a support worker, progressing to a team leader before working her way up to registered manager, which she has now been successfully doing for the past 7 years.
Sharon was initially appointed as deputy manager at the Willows in 2018, before returning in August 2020 as the registered manager.
She finds her job very rewarding and is happy to be back at the Willows making a difference to peoples lives. Sharon gained her QCF level 5 qualification in Health & Social Care in 2013.