Roselea provides support for up to 11 individuals with a learning disability, autism and complex health needs, such as epilepsy.
Our staff are trained to support individuals who present some behaviour that challenges. People who live at Roselea are involved with the village church and local events, and regularly visit the pub, small shop and post office nearby. Activities available here and in the surrounding area include horse riding, gardening, swimming, tennis, accessing the local craft making centre, massage therapy and visiting a snoezelen. Short and long term college placements are also available.
Roselea is a converted cottage which is furnished to a high standard and has a homely and welcoming atmosphere. There are five bedrooms on the ground floor, as well as a shared lounge and kitchen facilities and two bathrooms and a sensory room. The first floor has two self-contained flats and a further flat for four men. There is also a shared lounge and kitchen upstairs. We have good sized gardens to the rear of the property.