Ciderstone House, in Swindon, provides residential care and support for six young men and women with learning disabilities, autism and associated behavioural and emotional needs.
The home offers five spacious double bedrooms, most of which are ensuite. There is also plenty of communal space for leisure activities and socialising, including two lounges, one of which is designated a quiet area with a TV and computer, a sensory room, conservatory, shared kitchen and garden.
The property also has a separate self-contained flat for someone who benefits from a more bespoke support setting but can also access the facilities and community aspects of the main home.
The home is staffed 24-hours a day and each resident is supported to get involved in a range of activities of their own choice, both at the home and out in the community, to develop self-confidence and independence, including: cycling, trampolining, sailing, massage classes, trips to the cinema and a regular Friday evening disco. The home is within easy reach of local amenities, two miles from the centre of Swindon, and there is a vehicle available for local visits and outings further afield.