Ted & Roma - Founders
Noah Broadbent - Managing Director
Our residential care home at 85 Bath Road was set up in 1988 by Roma and Ted Broadbent to provide specialist residential care for young adults with Autism. Ted and Roma both taught deaf children with autism before setting up the care home.
Since its inception The Broad Group has been run by the Broadbent family for three generations. David Broadbent together with his wife Kirsty took over the running of the business and now they have handed the over the business to Noah their eldest son.
Noah became a Director after graduating from Worcester University with a BA (Hons) degree in Business Management in 2016. Following this he went to the University and completed a Business and Sustainability MSc and in 2019 he was promoted to Managing Director.
The range of services has evolved over the years and as the Service Users in our residential care setting developed their independence the additional service of Supported Living was launched. In addition to this we also provide Domiciliary Care Service and Day Opportunities for Deaf Adults with Autism.
We have a well-established management and support team who have worked with us for several years. The team are all specially trained to work with adults that display challenging behaviour and are on the autistic spectrum. They are all committed to ensuring the Service Users are happy on a daily basis and that they lead a fulfilling and contented life. Our Service Users enjoy going on days out and weather permitting regular outings are organised for them.
We also pride ourselves in providing a warm, friendly and homely environment with the highest quality of care where the welfare and wellbeing our Service Users is at the heart of what we do.