Holmhurst, in Salisbury, provides tailored support for up to nine people of varying ages with learning disabilities, autism and mental health conditions, including personality disorder, schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder, those with a dual diagnosis or a history of risk to themselves or others.
The property includes eight ensuite bedrooms as well as a self-contained annexe, which provides a more flexible option for someone who enjoys the opportunity to socialise and take part in group activities, but finds living with other people challenging. There is plenty of communal space, including two lounges, a shared kitchen and dining area, and a large garden
Residents receive 24-hour support and work with our in-house Positive Behaviour Support Team to ensure their emotional and psychological needs are met. A Day Activity Coordinator develops structured activity programmes to support educational and personal development, at home and in the community, which are designed to maximise independence and help
everyone achieve their individual goals. Residents enjoy arts and crafts, cooking and baking, board games and gardening. The home has close links with the community, and many of the residents attend a local learning disability or mental health social club several times each week.