Willow House is a residential care service with nursing, located within the community of Edgbaston, Birmingham. The service can support up to eight adults who are living with a learning disability and complex needs and whose behaviours may be perceived as challenging. The service can also support people who may have associated mental and physical health needs.
People come to Willow House for different reasons; they may be moving on from a hospital setting or they may be leaving a residential or home setting and require extra support during a difficult period in their life. Alternatively, people come to Willow House because they are on a pathway to a place of their own. At Willow House we believe that everyone should be treated as a full and valued member of their community with the same rights as everyone else. Our goal is to enable people to structure their time; build relationships and establish a balance between therapy, self-care, work and leisure appropriate to their individual needs.
Willow House is a detached house with close links to Birmingham city centre. The city offers many community facilities for people to access including leisure centres, libraries, social clubs, shops, colleges, and work placement settings. Willow House has two living areas, a dining room and a conservatory where people can have private time with their family or other visitors. Everyone has their own en-suite bedroom and people are encouraged to personalise and decorate their rooms to their own tastes. There is a life skills kitchen where people can plan and cook meals for themselves and their visitors.
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