KEY Community Supports is partnered with KEY Housing, a registered social landlord. KEY Housing provides tenancies to people with learning disabilities.
Operating within the city of Glasgow, Community Lifestyles is a subsidiary of KEY. The organisation specialises in supporting people with complex needs in a dynamic, responsive service tailored to their individual needs.
KEY is a founding partner of the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability and many of the people we support are involved in the training, consultancy and public education work of the consortium.
KEY is involved with around 30 other voluntary organisations in the Learning Disability Alliance Scotland (LDAS). This group campaign across Scotland on issues affecting people with learning disabilities.
KEYs user organisation, The Advisory Group, is represented on this forum which works with and influences the work of the Care Commission.
Quality Action Group provides information, advice, citizen advocacy, social activities and drop-ins for adults with learning disabilities in Stirling. KEY, in partnership with Stirling Council, established this group and continues to support its members to this day.
Health and Happiness is an innovative Lottery funded project in Highland which tackles barriers people with learning disabilities face in being happy and healthy. The initiative was founded and continues to be actively supported by members of Highland TAG and staff from KEY.
KEY is a member of the in Control network, which is committed to developing high quality, personalised support services that give people as much control as possible over how their support is organised.