Hemlington Hall offers support for eight people who have mild to moderate learning disabilities and mental health needs. The home currently supports autisic people and individuals who have epilepsy, and challenging behaviour.
At Hemlington Hall, we provide person-centred support, tailored to suit each individual.
All residents are encouraged to participate in weekly meetings to plan the activities that they wish to participate in, both inside and outside of the home, which enables them to further develop living skills and promote independence and choice.
Everyone is encouraged to become involved in how the home is run through house meetings, assisting with interviewing new staff and being given the opportunity to attend service user forums. This gives each individual choice and control over their own lives.
Hemlington Hall is located in a suburban area of Middlesbrough with good access to the town centre, local education as well as medical and recreational facilities.
The home is ideally located for day trips out to the North Yorkshire Moors and also the seaside towns of Redcar, Whitby and Scarborough.
We have two service vehicles so that everyone can get out and about as much as possible.
Hemlington Hall is a Grade 2 listed building set in private grounds next to Hemlington Lake.
The property consists of two self-contained bungalows, as well as the main house which has six large bedrooms all with ensuite facilities. The shared areas of the main house include an open plan living and dining room, as well as two smaller quiet lounges where people can relax and enjoy their favourite TV shows, DVDs or music.
We have a dedicated team of staff who are passionate about the care and support they provide, and endeavour to enable the people who live here to lead active and fulfilling lives.
Staff hours are tailored around the needs of the residents who live here to ensure that each individual can participate in every activity they choose.
All staff have completed a high level of varied training including National Diplomas, Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults, Autism Awareness, Epilepsy Awareness, and Non-Violent Crisis Intervention.