We encourage individuals to develop feelings of security and to form relationships with others in the immediate and the extended community. We also actively encourage involvement of family members to further support each person we assist, and seek to involve them in discussions concerning their welfare.
Everyone we support is encouraged through their person-centred plans to achieve their goals and aspirations. For some people this means attending college to access various courses, including cooking, art and daily living skills. For others it means work placements and other day opportunities in line with their goals.
It is our aim to assist each person in the development of skills that will enable their full participation in the life of the immediate and wider community and live the life they want to.
Ridgecott is situated in the small Devon community of Plympton close to local shops and located on a main route. Plympton is on the outskirts of Plymouth and is easily accessed via the A38 from Exeter, and the A386 from Tavistock.
The house provides accommodation to ten adults with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs, and has facilities enabling us to offer support for individuals who also have a physical disability.
Internally, the house offers homely and cosy accommodation arranged on two floors with adequate bathroom and toilet facilities. The house is surrounded by decking and garden areas for people to enjoy.