Clarendon House

Clarendon House, in Salisbury,  supports seven individuals with a moderate to mild learning disability, a mental health disorder and/or autistic spectrum condition/Asperger’s.

Placements at Clarendon House may be particularly suitable to enable individuals to move back to the area from an out of county placement or to move on from a secure hospital.

Clarendon House, which has seven en suite bedrooms and extensive communal areas, will be staffed on a 24-hour basis. It offers in-house positive behaviourl support, along with a commitment to ongoing education and personal development through structured activity programmes, both within the home and the local community.