We support nine people with learning disabilities and complex health needs. We offer expertise in looking after people with epilepsy, autism and physical disabilities, and also offer behavioural support. We aim to meet the identified needs of each individual while promoting and encouraging independence. We offer privacy, respect and dignity and ensure everyone is able to exercise as much choice as possible.
We encourage people to use local facilities and develop relationships with other associations. Some individuals choose to attend horse riding and music therapy, which help them to develop their skills and interests. We enable everyone to become involved in the way the service is run using keyworker systems and support them to make decisions, together with carers, families and advocates, where appropriate.
All bedrooms have en-suite facilities and the home a sensory room and an enclosed garden. The ground floor is wheelchair accessible and we have equipment to meet the needs of people with a physical disability.
We have a diverse, experienced and knowledgeable staff team who receive specialist training as required.