Abbeyfield Lodge is registered to support 13 adults with a mental health disorder and associated complex needs. It is a large detached house near to the centre of Fleet, North Hampshire.
The accommodation includes twelve single bedrooms on the ground and first floors – eight of which have en-suite facilities. There are also three separate bathrooms. Additionally, there is also a self-contained one-bedroom flat on the first floor.
The home has plenty of communal space which includes a large lounge and dining room plus a games and activities room with computer and internet access.
Outside there is a very attractive, small, landscaped garden with patio, barbeque area and gazebo. The garage has been converted into a garden room for relaxation, music and quiet time.
There are regular monthly residents’ meetings, which provide a forum to discuss service provision and obtain feedback about ways to improve the services on offer. Good links with the local college and work placements are encouraged, with easy access by public transport. The home also has two vehicles for recreational and educational trips and activities in the community.