Falcon Lodge

Falcon Lodge provides support for five individuals who have a learning disability and additional needs. Those currently living in Falcon Lodge are all men.

Supporting you

At Falcon Lodge people are encouraged to take charge of their lives, provide feedback, and contribute to the direction of the home, as well as setting and working towards personal goals.

With a very active group of residents, there is a youthful, energetic character to this home and everyone spends a lot of time out of the house. The men who live in this home enjoy attending community events and going on days out such as visiting aquariums, theme parks, sporting events, concerts and clubbing.

They have varied music tastes ranging from R&B and pop dance, to classical. These personal interests fit around their individual structured activities programmes.

Location

Falcon Lodge is a detached property on the outskirts of Botley Village. Botley is a picturesque market village on the upper banks of the River Hamble in Hampshire. Steeped in history and surrounded by the beautiful Hamble Valley countryside, this charming village has many individual shops and offers unique shopping experiences.

There are many places of interest in and around Botley suitable for all ages. Falcon Lodge is also a short walk away from the pub, and Hedge End Retail Park is only a short drive away.

Facilities

Falcon Lodge has a large open plan lounge and dining room with a separate kitchen. The home also has an additional communal room, known as the ‘snug’, for watching movies, playing games or using the desktop computer.

Four of the bedrooms have ensuite shower facilities and there is also a shared bathroom on the first floor for those who prefer to have a bath.

Falcon Lodge has a large garden with a lawn to the rear of the house and the home is known for hosting BBQs and garden parties during the summer months.

The team

The team of staff positively support individuals with a learning disability and a range of additional needs including autistic spectrum conditions, cyclical anxieties and visual impairment.

The staff actively support individuals to make choices, build their independence skills and facilitate new experiences. The team always strive towards delivering excellence in all aspects of the care and support, and these are the key priorities of this dynamic home. 

 

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