A welcoming and enabling environment is home to nine young adults with a range of disabilities who have made the transition from college into adult services.
Support focuses on building on people’s abilities and teaching new skills with the goal of greater independent living. Our specialist support staff and our trained Rehabilitation Practitioners work with each person through assessments to ensure that person-centred support matches their needs.
Our experience shows that people can and prefer to do more for themselves giving a real sense of personal achievement. This is further developed through access to SeeAbility’s locally based activity centre. There are also many good local courses and community links to be explored.
Barclay House is a purpose built, fully accessible, single storey home, where each person has their own front door. It is designed for visually impaired people using colour and texture contrasts and specialist lighting throughout.
There are also two self contained flats where individuals can enhance their skills and experience greater independence whilst still having the security and support of the residential service before moving into the community.
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1 place available from end of June 2013.