At Hunters Lodge we can provide support for ten people with a learning disability, mental health needs, brain injuries or multiple complex needs.
Hunters Lodge has a warm, friendly atmosphere, which is often commented on by visitors and other professionals.
We want each person to feel happy and secure and be able try new things, if they wish.
We adopt a ‘never say never’ attitude which encourages each individual to reach their personal goals, however difficult they may seem.
The home is set in four acres of woodland, orchard and gardens and is located in a rural area on the fringe of a village. We frequently access facilities in Hereford, which is nearby.
We have a good relationship with people in the area and regularly use local shops, pubs and churches and take part in activities.
Several residents attend college courses and others have jobs at a charity shop and a horse rescue centre.
Hunters Lodge is full of character, having been converted from a former Victorian coach house and stable block.
The home has ten ground floor bedrooms, each with their own ensuite facilities with a bath or shower. There are extensive gardens where we grow organic produce.
The team have a great knowledge and understanding of each person’s needs, as well as empathy and a good sense of humour.
All individuals living at Hunters Lodge are given the opportunity to be involved in staff selection and the interview process.
We hold regular house meetings which enable residents to comment on how the home is run, and individuals know they can speak to the manager if they have any questions or things they would like to raise.