Saxon Court

Saxon Court offers supported living to people in Northamptonshire who have complex learning disabilities, autistic spectrum condition, associated mental health conditions and behaviours of concern.

The service is commissioned by West Northamptonshire Council and delivered in partnership by NCHA, landlord Inclusion Housing, and developer Supported Living Homes.

Contact us

To access our services, you'll usually need to be referred to the Learning Disabilities Panel by a social worker. Please speak to your social worker to find out more.

How we can help 

We encourage our residents to live fulfilled lives, to become more independent, make new friends and take part in meaningful activities that contribute to their communities and personal growth.

We provide active support through a BILD-accredited Positive Behavioural Support model, which aims to enhance the quality of life experienced by people we support.

Personalised support plans help people to find the activities they enjoy the most, whilst reducing behaviour of concern and safely managing risk in community settings.


Saxon Court has 11 one-bedroom and 3 two-bedroom purpose-built apartments. The apartments are set across four floors, and a lift provides access to all but the top floor. Several of the apartments are fully wheelchair-accessible, and walls have been insulated for sound.

There are communal areas to encourage socialising, and there's easy access to the town centre, train station and public transport. External doors are controlled electronically, and there is CCTV coverage, plus automated fire protection.

I like it here. It's good. I like my privacy and to play my games.

Quote from a resident of Saxon Court