Argyll House provides a safe, supportive, caring and active environment for five men and women with severe learning disabilities and complex emotional and behavioural needs, including people who are non-verbal.
The home features wider doors, lower work surfaces and sink units, specifically designed for those individuals with mobility challenges. The five bedrooms all have ensuite wet rooms. There is also full wheelchair access throughout the ground floor area, including the rear garden.
On the ground floor, there is a large, communal lounge and dining room, a sensory room, shared kitchen and a conservatory, leading out to a small, safe, enclosed garden with a summer house.
The people living at Argyll House all have personalised support to enable them to live as independently as possible. A bespoke programme of activities, both on-site and in the community, promotes ongoing personal development, including arts and crafts, gardening, cooking, trampolining and a regular coffee club.
Argyll House is located at the end of a small cul-de-sac in north Swindon, close to local leisure facilities and just two miles from the town centre. The home has its own transport for local leisure and recreation as well as excursions further afield.