3 Christie Miller Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7EN
Male & Female
People we support
Mental health conditions
7 ensuite bedrooms
Activities & events
Clarendon House, located just outside Salisbury city centre, currently supports up to seven men and women of varied ages with a moderate to mild learning disability, mental health condition and/or autism, including Asperger’s Syndrome. The home is specifically registered to support individuals with a dual diagnosis.
The home, which has seven ensuite bedrooms, is staffed on a 24-hour basis. It offers plenty of communal space, including two shared lounges, one of which has been designated a quiet area, a dining room, shared kitchen and large garden.
Each resident has a bespoke support plan, based on their personal preferences, likes and dislikes and goals in life. Staff aim to support everyone to develop self-confidence and practical living skills, with the aim of moving on to a more independent setting. To support emotional and general wellbeing we offer in-house positive behaviour support, along with a commitment to ongoing education and personal development through structured activity programmes, both inside the home and out in the local community, including arts & crafts, cooking sessions and computer skills.
Clarendon House is particularly suited to individuals moving back to the area from a previous out-of-county placement and for those moving on from a secure hospital setting.