Welcome to Liaise Loddon
Work with us
If you’re searching for care home jobs in Basingstoke & Southampton, we want to hear from you. We’re looking for dedicated and caring people to look after people with severe learning difficulties, autism and challenging behaviour.
You’ll be hands-on and proactive, helping the people we support to lead fulfilling, happy lives.
We work hard to build trusting, long-lasting relationships with our co-workers as well as with the people we support.
At Liaise Loddon you will be joining some of the best specialist care workers in the country.
Check out our current vacancies and apply online for a variety of fulfilling care home jobs in Basingstoke & Southampton.
Our residential services enable every individual we help to lead a richer life. Personalised care is at the heart of our service for people with complex and varied needs that include learning and physical health needs, autism and mental health.
Marika House, Romsey
189 Kempshott Lane
Willow Tree Lodge, Basingstoke & Deane District
189 Kempshott Lane
Sansa House, Basingstoke & Deane District
39 Cliddesden Road
Karibu Place, Basingstoke & Deane District
37-39 Mulfords Hill
Applelea, Basingstoke & Deane District
The Harrow Way
Baytrees, Basingstoke & Deane District
246 Old Worting Road
Cornview, Basingstoke & Deane District
124 Roman Road
Cornfields, Basingstoke & Deane District
98 Roman Road
Glebelands, Basingstoke & Deane District
14 Wallis Road
Kennet Way, Basingstoke & Deane District
5 Kennet Way
Our unique philosophy
Our founder, Marion Cornick developed and implemented the PROACT-SCIPr-UK® programme during her time as Principal of The Loddon School, to enable her students to lead a fulfilling life.
People soon realised the benefits through the amazing responses from the School’s students, which led to requests and recommendations to supply training in the approach throughout the UK. We saw the amazing impact it was having on the people Marion was working with and brought this pioneering approach to Liaise Loddon.
Who we Support
The people we support all have severe learning disabilities relating to autism and often display very challenging behaviour. Many have epilepsy, physical disabilities and mental health problems. But their learning disabilities do not define them. They are unique people: sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, friends and neighbours. Living with us empowers them to take some control over their lives, giving their great qualities the chance to shine through.
To contact one of our care homes see the contact details towards the top of this page.
For general enquiries: 01256 20812663