Opened in December 2016, Oakley Lodge in Basingstoke is a purpose-built, residential community home for 12 men and women of varying ages with learning disabilities, autism and associated complex needs, including those people who present behaviours that challenge.
The main, single-storey building provides eight, large ensuite bedrooms as well as two lounges, one designated a quiet zone, a shared kitchen and dining area, and a large garden.
In addition, the home has four separate one bedroom annexes, each with its own private access, for individuals who benefit from a more bespoke environment, but still have full use of the facilities in the main house.
Oakley Lodge has its own Day Activities Coordinator, responsible for developing individual and group activity programmes. A tailor-made activities building provides a dedicated space for arts and crafts and skills development.
The trained, experienced staff team support individuals to develop their self-confidence and independent living skills and our in-house Positive Behaviour Support Team works with residents and staff to ensure each individual’s needs are understood and met.
Located on the outskirts of Basingstoke, at the edge of open countryside, Oakley is still very close to town centre amenities, such as swimming, bowling, restaurants and pubs and the cinema. The home has its own transport for local travel and outing further afield.
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