Red Roof, in Tadley, Hampshire, is a residential home supporting up to eight men and women, from 16 years old upwards, with learning disabilities, autism and complex emotional and behavioural needs.
The home has been specifically designed to meet the particular requirements of young people as they transition from children’s services and for those moving into a residential environment from hospital services. Experienced staff work closely with residents to promote life and independence skills, assisted by our in-house Positive Behaviour Support Team, who support emotional and general wellbeing.
Red Roof provides six, single ensuite bedrooms in the main building, as well as a communal lounge, kitchen and dining area and garden. It also offers two self-contained annexes for individuals who require a more bespoke environment, with access to all the facilities of the main home.
As with all our services, Red Roof offers a supportive setting where residents can develop the skills that allow them to progress positively along a care pathway, to maximise their independence and achieve individual goals.
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