Clarendon House, situated just outside the centre of Salisbury currently supports seven individuals with a moderate to mild learning disability, a mental health disorder and/or autistic spectrum condition/Asperger’s. The home is registered to support individuals with a dual diagnosis.
Clarendon House, which has seven en suite bedrooms and extensive communal areas, is staffed on a 24-hour basis. Each individual living here has a bespoke support plan, based on their personal preference, like and dislikes and goals in life. We aim to support each person to develop their independent living skills with the aim of moving on to a more independent setting. To support emotional and general wellbeing, we offer 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.
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.