With Dave and I having both worked in social care for over 10 years, we have seen a system which lacked a unique approach to helping young adults with an Autistic Spectrum Condition access work, social activities and events, and in developing social skills and relationships.
What particular challenges did you have to overcome in setting up your business, and since then?
Setting up as a new Support Provider is always challenging. We started the business without any capital, but had a clear vision for it.
Our success locally has been the result of time invested to build a reputation for pushing the boundaries. We’re challenging the status quo while delivering high quality, personalised, and inspired approaches to Social Support.
Why did you choose The Accountancy Partnership?
For us and what we do, we are great at support. We are great at working with our clients, but this takes time.
Choosing The Accountancy Partnership felt like choosing the right support to help us grow, and to take our business to the next level, while making it easier to keep up with the finances, taxes, and bookkeeping.
What do you have planned for your business in the future?
The plan is to keep growing locally and expand the area that we cover. From there we plan to expand our services and start providing training, as well as developing our Family Support Services.