Landau Lodge is a purpose-built home offering support for nine adults with a learning disability and associated complex support needs, including behavioural support and Prader-Willi syndrome.
We believe creating a homely environment is important and everyone is encouraged to develop and experience a range of recreational and educational activities.
The accommodation consists of six large bedrooms, all fully accessible for wheelchair users. The rooms have been carefully designed to give an apartment-feel with emphasis on the acquisition of new skills, possibly with a view to looking at more independent-style living in the future.
There is a communal lounge with a TV and a small quiet room to be able to do art and craft. There is a kitchen and dining room for people to develop new independent living skills.
Bathrooms with specialist baths and an assisted showering facility are also available. There is a private garden with sensory areas, raised flowerbeds and ample parking.
We also have four self-contained bungalows in the grounds of the property. The bungalows can be used to create an environment with a more independent feel in which to acquire new skills.
Each bungalow includes a bedroom, a lounge, a kitchen, a dining area, a patio and a garden.
The bungalows can also be used to support people who may struggle to live with others, allowing them to still access the full range of facilities at the main home.