Argyll House is registered for five adults with severe to moderate learning disabilities and complex emotional and behavioural needs. It is at the end of a small cul-de-sac just off Cricklade Road in North Swindon, close to all local leisure facilities and just two miles from Swindon town centre. It has been specifically designed and developed around the individual needs of each service user who lives there.
Individuals at Argyll House all receive a carefully-planned transition to support them in their move to a more individualised 24-hour supportive, safe, caring and active environment. A bespoke programme of activities, both on-site and in the community, promote ongoing personal development.
The home features wider doors, lower work surfaces and sink units specifically designed around those individuals with mobility problems, as well as en-suite wet rooms. There is also full wheelchair access throughout the ground floor area, which includes the rear garden and summer house.
On the ground floor, the home has a lounge and dining room, kitchen, small office and three en-suite bedrooms. On the first floor, there are a further two en-suite bedrooms. Argyll House also has a conservatory that leads out onto a small, safe, enclosed garden.
The home has its own transport for leisure and recreational trips and activities in the community.