Location and contact details
Kenneth House is a 9 bedded home for adults with learning disabilities. The staff team and environment support people with mild to moderate support needs and night waking staff is available through the night.The home benefits from being in a fantastic location for people to access the community. The nearest bus stop is a short walk away, and the buses run regularly and often.
Gloucester Road is a lively and friendly community, with lots to do and see, there are many different pubs/cafes and shops that are within easy walking distance. There are many different churches around the local area, and people who wish to follow their religion can be supported to access these.
Kenneth House has a good size garden with opportunities for people to develop their gardeningskills or to have a barbecue and just relax on a sunny day!
The residents of Kenneth are enabled to access the local community with or without support andare offered an individualised day service package run from the house and in the local community.
Services offered at Kenneth House
Residential - Shared Spaces
- Access to kitchen facilities:
- Overnight visitor facilities:
- Secure access to the building:
- Transport available at the home:
- Disabled access throughout the home and gardens:
- Gardens or secure outside space:
- Good access to public transport links:
- Recreation room:
Note that entertainment is dictated by the wishes of the service users; staff support arrangements.
Theresa Taylor is an advocate for Freeways and also a vicar; religious belief is not a requirement to receive her support.
Smoking is permitted in the garden.
Care at home - Personal
- Hourly visiting care:
- Live in care workers:
- Mobility support at home:
- Personal and intimate care:
- Mobility support outside the home:
There are no prescribed visiting times and service users' family and friends are welcome. Service users have requested that they are informed of their own and others guests so an appropriate time can be arranged which is directed by the service users themselves.
- Accepting referrals from Local Authority(s):
- Day care:
- Respite care:
- Accepting new clients:
- Accepting self-funded clients:
- Emergency care:
Freeways run their own day service and staff are allocated to the homes. Other activities are supported outside of this service such as college, employment and voluntary work.
Residential - Your Room
- Smoking allowed:
- Emergency call systems:
- Rooms with full en-suite bathroom:
- Pets allowed:
- TV and telephone point in resident rooms:
- Shared rooms available for couples:
A waking staff member is available throughout the night to support the service users' general needs.
Cats, birds and fish are welcomed pets but this is decided by the service users.
Residential - health and lifestyle
- Internet access:
- On-site hairdressing:
- A place of worship or visiting clergy:
- Residents may retain own GP:
- Scheduled GP rounds:
- Special diets:
- Daily activities and entertainment:
Care at home - practical
- Domestic cleaning:
- Household administration:
- Help arrange a meals at home service: