Progress Care Solutions - Home and Community Support (Hub Support)

Progress Care Solutions - Home and Community Support (Hub Support)

Progress Care - Hub Support, are a registered provision regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Progress are a preferred provider for several local authorities across the Midlands region. Our home and community support offers a flexible service that can support and assist in the care of disabled children, young people and adults. 

You might call it buddying, domiciliary care or getting a personal assistant. We call it offering the kind of support that keeps families together and allows children and young adults with disabilities or complex needs to live life as independently as possible.

Hub Support provides consistent and flexible staff who can work in any setting and at any time to suit your needs. This could be a buddy to go along with you to a concert, a new group or a weekend away. It could mean helping you to go swimming or use public transport. Or, for parents or families, it could just mean giving you the time and space to visit a friend, do the weekly shopping, have an evening out, or even just do nothing at all.

Our teams are there to respond in a crisis and provide planned and emergency support, with the assurance that they are working on improving skills and building resilience at all times.

Contact Details


Progress Placements Team

Job Title/Position

Placement Officer

Organiser Address

Progress House, 127 Millfields Road, WOLVERHAMPTON, West Midlands, WV4 6JG

Telephone Number

01902 561066


Times & Dates

Days of the week

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Time of Day

Morning, Afternoon, Evening

Session Information

Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week


Referral Notes

We create bespoke, person centred packages of support for each individual tailored around their needs. Please contact us for more information on referral processes and cost of support.

Care Quality Commission Inspection

CQC Overall Rating


CQC Report Date

27 Feb 2020

Service Information


All of Dudley Borough

Target Audiences:

Adults, Young People, Children

Support Groups:

No specific disability, Mental health conditions, Hearing impairment, Communication impairment, Learning difficulty/disabilities, Visual impairment, Physical impairment, Autism

Referral Required?:

Last updated 13th July 2022

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