Blair House provides assessment and support for 27 adults living with different degrees of learning disabilities. Our grade II listed building, set next to the ancient Roman Kae Dyke, provides four self-contained living areas for adults living with different degrees of learning disabilities.
Our approach to support:
At Blair House, some of the people we support have communication difficulties and can present problems due to the frustration of not being able to make their feelings known. We also support individuals with a range of other difficulties such as epilepsy, Down’s Syndrome or early onset dementia. We aim to provide each individual with a safe, manageable, and comfortable environment.
With the support of our trained staff, we provide a level of support which assists people in maximising their physical, intellectual, and emotional potential as well as social capacity. People have unrestricted access to all community support services including health, social services, leisure, and educational facilities. We strive to ensure that the needs and wishes of all people are ascertained, respected, and met wherever possible including ethnic, religious, and cultural factors.
“I enjoy all the activities we do here and feel more independent.”
Person supported by Blair House