Barn Rise is a residential care home for up to six adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and complex needs. Click here to view the service brochure.
Our home has spacious communal areas including a large living room with patio doors, kitchen, dining room and utility room. The vibrant garden is where you’ll often find us in the warmer months, planting seasonal flowers and herbs. Residents enjoy playing garden games and relaxing in the communal areas.
Located in the peaceful, residential area of Wembley, we are just a 15-minute walk from the high street and park. Here, you can find shops, hairdressers and our local pub. Football fans will be pleased to hear that Wembley Stadium is on our doorstep! We also have a vehicle, which is perfect for trips further afield.
We are a leading provider with over 30 years’ experience in successfully supporting people across the UK with learning and physical disabilities, Prader-Willi syndrome, autism and other needs.
Our residential care homes are carefully designed and adapted to meet the needs of every person who lives there. Specialist features in the homes can include assisted baths, ceiling tracking, hoists, sensory rooms and hydrotherapy facilities.
We offer more than somewhere to live, this is somewhere for you to make your home. We work with you to find out your goals and how you prefer to communicate. You’ll be included in all decisions about your care and support, either directly or through your family or advocate. This could include choices about menus, activities or holiday destinations. You’ll also be involved in our staff recruitment processes to help us find the right people to work with you.
Each home offer opportunities for you to learn new skills, become more independent and try new experiences. As well as providing a full itinerary of in-house activities, such as craft sessions, music therapy or sensory sessions, we also encourage you to become active members of the community. This can include using local shops and cafes on a regular basis, looking for volunteering opportunities and attending courses at local colleges and libraries.