Located in Llantrisant, Caerlan (formerly part of Craegmoor) is a bespoke specialist service for people who are aged from 18 and upwards with autistic spectrum conditions and associated complex needs. We can also accommodate people who are 17 and are going through transition from children’s services.
The service has been designed with autism in mind. The staff team have significant expertise in helping people with autism and are supported by a dedicated positive behaviour support specialist, as well as Priory Adult Care’s specialist autism leads.
Caerlan also won the Pinders Healthcare Design Award for the Best New Care Facility within the 'Younger Adults' category in 2016. This prestigious design award has been running for 20 years and helps to promote the very best developments in care-related property, whilst also identifying the significant contribution individual sites are making to the quality of life and well-being of the people they support.
Caerlan is located in Llantrisant which can be found North of Pontyclun and South of Pontypridd in the county of Rhondda Cynnon Taff, South Wales. The town sits between the rivers Ely and Clun and derives its name from the three saints, St Illtyd, St Dyfonwg and St Gwynno, with 'trisant' meaning 'three saints'.
It is also close to the town centre and within walking distance of local amenities and major bus routes, train stations and motorways to major cities such as Cardiff, Swansea and Newport.
“I love living here. I get to do lots of activities and the home is really nice.”
Resident at Caerlan