This small home is a detached house in West Road, Hedge End and offers a lovely environment for four adults with a learning disability and additional needs. The men living at West Road have a variety of needs including autism, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder and communication difficulties and are supported as individuals to develop skills at their own pace.
The residents here are all male, aged 52 to 66 years, and their interests include going to the cinema, football, rambling, socialising, going on day trips and bowling. They also enjoy cookery, football, arts and crafts and pub nights. Everyone is encouraged to plan and participate in activities and days out as well as holidays of their choice.
Our residents have a variety of needs including autism, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder and communication difficulties and are supported as individuals to develop skills at their own pace.
West Road is in a quiet location in Hedge End but is close to local amenities including shops, pubs and a farm shop. All the people living at West Road enjoy accessing the many facilities that are local to the home. Public transport is easily accessible to towns nearby including Southampton City Centre. They also regularly use the house vehicle to access Portsmouth and other places of interest. Health facilities such as the GP and dentist are also within walking distance. Eastleigh is a 10 minute drive away and offers a range of activities such as bowling, cinema, places to eat and a shopping centre.
We have a games room adjoining the lounge. The garden has areas that offer a quiet space and sensory experiences as well as a vegetable garden. We have one ground floor bedroom with a wet room and three upstairs bedrooms. One of the upstairs bedrooms has en-suite facilities. The home has been tastefully decorated and personalised to suit the tastes and interests of the people living here, which has led to the addition of facilities such as a pool table and an additional television for console games.
We are committed to promoting independence and personal skills development and maximising each person’s opportunities to take part in the local community. Staff are provided with the skills to support you with complex needs through a therapeutic approach.