Peppard House is a large, characterful property in Caversham Heights, close to the River Thames, one mile from Reading town centre. The home supports up to seven man of varying ages with moderate to severe learning disabilities, autism and associated complex needs.
Accommodation is over three floors, with three single bedrooms on the ground floor, and four more on the first floor. The home offers plenty of communal space, including two shared lounges, one designated a quiet area, kitchen, dining room, three bathrooms and two sensory rooms. At the rear of the property is a day services and recreation room, where residents enjoy arts and crafts and music. Outside, is a large, safe, enclosed garden with a summer house.
Peppard House has its own Day Activities Coordinator, who develops personalised individual and group activity schedules. In addition, the home has its own transport for local travel and leisure, recreational and educational activities in the community, including swimming, cycling and bowling.