St Brides provides domiciliary care and support for eight adults with learning difficulties, developing confidence and independence by promoting each individual’s skills and helping them to fully engage with their local community.
Two bungalows, each with four individual bedrooms and shared assisted bathrooms, give a homely feel and allow residents to engage with each other and staff, who provide dedicated, tailored support around the clock. St Brides’s work supports residents to live engaged lives within the community. Services are offered flexibly according to individual needs, with emphasis on the resident’s dignity, privacy, respect and individuality.
- Bedrooms: eight individual rooms (four per bungalow)
- Assisted bathrooms
- Shower rooms
- Dining room
- Laundry rooms
*All facilities available in both bungalows.
Residential, with staff on site 24-hours a day.
Residential care for up to four adults aged between 18 and 65 with learning disabilities.
Getting a placement
Admissions are normally planned with the service user and their family, carers and associated professionals. Information obtained helps to form an initial care and support plan, which is regularly reviewed and amended. The scheme is funded by social services but a contribution towards the necessary care and support is required.
Manager: Dora Tonkinson