Edith Road is a bungalow on a quiet residential street on the outskirts of Maidenhead, Berkshire. We currently support two ladies with profound and multiple learning disabilities and there is space for a third person to join them. The ladies are non-verbal, and like a quiet life. We support them with all aspects of daily living.
Our team are sensitive to the needs of residents with multiple disabilities, and the emphasis is on getting to know the people they support very well so that they understand their non-verbal ways of communicating.
Along with mandatory training, staff have received training in supporting people with epilepsy.
The home is well equipped to support individuals who are able to walk but have mobility support needs, such as using a wheelchair when going out. There are hand rails throughout the house to help residents maintain their mobility and independence.
The garden has an accessible path from the front of the house to the back garden, offering good access for visitors at social events.
Each person has their own bedroom, which they can personalise as much as they wish, and there is a shared bathroom which has bath and shower facilities adapted for people with physical difficulties.
The people living here also share a kitchen, dining room, lounge and conservatory. There is a lovely garden to the rear, with features designed for people with visual impairments, where everyone can sit and enjoy some summer socialising, and do some gardening if they wish.