Skip to main content


Ubu is a specialist health and social care support provider which offers help and support to adults and children with learning disabilities, physical impairments, complex needs, or who may have social and/or behavioural difficulties which make it hard for them to find their place in everyday life.


Ubu believe that everyone, whatever their background and abilities can achieve great things. As such, they work to ensure that vulnerable people are given the correct opportunities to enjoy a full and active lifestyle. Ubu can provide as much or as little specialised support as the people they serve need. This can encompass managing behaviour, gaining life skills, earning qualifications and building relationships. The team also work closely with family members and significant friends to assess and communicate all that they do.

Services Provided:

24 hour enablement, care and support for adults and children with learning disabilities, physical impairments and/or sensory impairments, mental health issues and complex needs using one-to-one individualised support.


Ubu charge an hourly rate of £15 per hour and £40 for sleep-in nights (these prices are provided by Ubu, please check them yourself for accuracy).

Areas Served: Ubu covers the whole of Sheffield.

Qualifications & Quality Standards:

Registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Ofsted, all staff are DBS (CRB) checked.
• Top 7% of healthcare providers with Investors in People Gold Award
• The only healthcare provider with People First accreditation
• ISO 9001, 14001, & 18001 accreditation
• CHAS accredited
• Member of Disability First

Company limited by guarantee no 1867042.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Linda Bilsborrow
Contact Position
Chief Operating Officer
01423 858687
07771 752005

Where to go

North Yorkshire

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access
Cater for special dietary requirements
Additional dietary information
Young people are encouraged to follow any dietary needs or choices such as Halal vegetarian or vegan. Young people are encouraged to take part in the menu planning and choose healthy balanced meals. The home works closely with the LAC nurse to support young people with dietary health needs.
Supports special needs and disabilities
Able to accommodate other cultures/ethnicities
Additional culture/ethnicity information
Young people are supported to access their own religious beliefs and staff will support them to source the correct place of worship in the local area.

Other Details

Referral required
Referral Details

Local authorities send referrals via email and telephone.

Age Range
12 years to 17 years

Last Updated
Learning Disability, Physical Impairment, Complex Needs, Health and Social Care
Back to top Contact US
Powered by Open Objects © Open Objects Software Limited