D&H Community Support was set up in 2011 by Rob Deacon and Steve Hardy. They started up in a small room in a local church in Wigston, but with their sheer determination and commitment they now have centres across Leicestershire. Steve, Rob and their team offer a wealth of experience, knowledge and specialist skills in providing services for people with disabilities. With a wide range of activities on offer such as gardening, woodcraft, cooking, trips out, voluntary opportunities etc, we are sure to have something to suit each individual. We encourage a person centred approach that promotes choice, control and independence. We also pride ourselves on the great connections we have made with local partners and with the solid family/carer relationships we have created.

Over 30 Years Knowledge

Steve and Rob have a wealth of experience and knowledge which is cascaded down to their team.

Tailored Services

D&H will offer a tailored service to the individuals needs and will be reviewed frequently.

Experienced Staff Team

Our team has a wealth of experience and knowledge. From safeguarding train the trainer, a dignity in care champion and a moving & handling specialist to name a few.

D & H History

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2011

D&H opened its doors at Central Avenue in Wigston

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2012

‘Sparkenhoe’ was opened in Hinckley

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2013

After the success of Central Avenue, a new base was opened in South Wigston called Wigston Gardens

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2014

After out growing Sparkenhoe, we moved to Carr House

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2016

Needing more space, Central moved to Wigston Gardens and became Central Links

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2018

D&H acquired an existing service called thebase2be also based in Hinckley

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2018

The Cube was set up in Market Harborough

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