- Registered accommodation in Streatham
- Fully accessible property with a lift
- Family feel among the residents who have lived together for a long time
The house provides registered accommodation for adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities, complex health needs and additional physical disabilities and sensory needs. The team provide 24-hour support including waking night support. All support is tailored around the individual, with the team adapting their skills and training to meet each person’s needs and goals.
This detached house supports up to six people on a residential road in Streatham. It has two floors with a lounge, kitchen and dining area. All floors are accessible via a lift. The garden is accessible from the front of the house. There are ramps leading to the garden from the dining room and lounge also.
The communal areas on the ground floor include:
- A cosy lounge
- A kitchen with a dining table seating 8 people
- A fully accessible wet room with an overhead hoist
There are three bedrooms on the ground floor and a wet room with a shower and toilet.
The first floor has three additional bedrooms and one bathroom.
There is also a laundry room on the first floor.
Wifi is provided.
The house has a warm and sociable atmosphere and people who live here like to socialise together but also like having the privacy of their own rooms too.
There is a real family-feel as many of the people have lived together for a long time.
The people we support all have a love of music, arts and crafts, cooking and they all enjoy parties, particularly club nights at The Octopus Club.
Some of the residents attend a music and movement class called “Joy of Sound” to explore their sensory needs. Staff promote independence and support people to access local amenities and activities.
The team are skilled in non-verbal communication and have experience of various health conditions, including postural care, dysphagia, and dementia. They also share their interests in music, baking and dance with the people they support as well as creative story telling. The team use objects of reference such as masks, musical instruments and props to enhance the story, making the in-house sessions more interactive.
The property is very close to local amenities in Streatham including a large supermarket and local market, grocery shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs as well as a catholic church and a large leisure centre.
Public transport links are good with Streatham Station; Brixton tube station is 20 minutes away and there are many bus routes leading into central London and the nearby town centres in Lambeth and Wandsworth.
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