At Robinson House, we provide support for people with learning disabilities, autism and behaviours that challenge. It is our aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the individuals we support, as well as helping people to develop the skills they need for independent living.
Services and facilities available at Robinson House include:
- 24/7 residential support for ten people with learning disabilities who may also present mild to moderate challenging behaviour
- Accommodation comprised of ten bedrooms over two floors and communal bathrooms
- A comfortable, homely environment with spacious communal areas, including two lounges, a dining room and large kitchen
- Extensive garden with a patio area and space to grow vegetables
- Innovative person-centred support programmes in a safe and caring environment
- Access to education and a wide range of community-based activities
- Specialist equipment to meet residents' physical support needs, including a bathroom with a hoist and stair-lift
- Progression through a care pathway that fulfils each individual’s maximum potential to live more independently
- Service users can have their views heard via Priory Adult Care’s “Our Voice” meetings
- Support from a multidisciplinary community team
Our approach to support
The support at Robinson House is delivered by a dedicated multidisciplinary team of staff who aim to enable all people to make their own choices about the support they receive. Staff members work with each individual to create a Person Centred Plan which outlines the level of support required.
Our service also supports people who have epilepsy and diabetes. We have excellent contacts with the local GP, who regularly visits Robinson House, as do dieticians, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and nurses specialising in diabetes and epilepsy.
“I am so much more independent now. Thank you to all your staff team.”
Person supported by Robinson House