We provide high quality, person-centred support services to disabled people, older people, people with learning disability, people with mental ill-health, families and carers.
On this site you can find information about our services, Direct Payments, Personal Budgets and Personal Health Budgets in your local area, the latest news relating to independent living and disability related issues, copies of our latest newsletter and much more.
We also advertise Personal Assistant (P.A.) and Carer vacancies on behalf of service users we work with. If you are interested in working as a Personal Assistant, please visit the PA Vacancies page for more information.
The Rowan Organisation is a user-led organisation (U.L.O.) and a registered charity that provides support to people across the U.K., and we are committed to the social model of disability, to overcoming the barriers that prevent disabled people from having equality of opportunity and achieving the outcomes that they desire.
For more information, visit the About Us page.
The Rowan Organisation is proud to announce the launch of our new sister company (TRO.plc), where our services will be available to new customers and businesses across England & Wales. This includes bespoke, high quality and affordable:
We are always looking to develop and improve on the services and support we provide. In order to get your valuable feedback we have developed an online survey for Service Users we have supported. This can be found below.
Thank you for your time in completing this.
As a User Led Organisation we are governed by our board of managment, which is made up primarily of Service Users.
We are looking for new members to join us shaping our Organisation now and the future. If you would like more information please e-mail us. We look forward to hearing from you.
In keeping with our ethos of accessibility for all, our website has been designed to be accessible and complies with the W3C Worldwide web accessibility standards (AA rating).
If you would like more information about the accessibility features of this website, please click here.
We hope that you find this website useful and welcome any feedback which may help us to improve it.