The Granary is a registered residential home supporting adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs, including enduring mental health conditions which require support.
Creating a homely environment is key to the service, ensuring day-to-day home living is part of life as well as recreation, education and socialising. We have established close links with the local community and takes advantage of the facilities available. The people we support are encouraged to develop and experience a range of recreational and educational facilities.
We have two beautiful farmhouse buildings, the Granary and the Brandeslodge set in the quiet rural community of Brandesburton. The village forms part of the Humberside and East Riding Coastal route and is in close proximity to health centres, churches and places of worship, parks and recreation areas and accessible to bus routes.
The Granary has six large individual bedrooms, complemented by communal rooms including a large lounge, dining room, quiet area and assisted showering/bathing facilities.
Brandeslodge consists of two separate houses, one where residents have their own individual bedrooms, kitchen /lounge area and toilet facilities. The second has individual bedrooms, some with en-suite facilities, and both houses have full access to the facilities at the Granary.
Brandeslodge also has an activities room where the people who live here can take part in arts and crafts, bingo sessions, karaoke evenings and various activities of their choice. There is also a daily living skills room equipped with a small kitchen area and washer dryer, kettle and microwave.
Externally, we have a private grassed area, providing an idyllic setting for lawn activities and picnics. We also have a large green house for residents to grow their own plants.
At the Granary we have two vehicles for people we support to access health care services, activities, days out, or holidays.