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Rachel Stephenson, Manager

Castle Hall

33 Lee Road
Ravensthorpe
Dewsbury
WF13 3BE
Tel: 01924 520270

Castle Hall is a sixteen bed residential home for adults with a learning disability and other age-related conditions.  The home has bedrooms on the ground and first floor and there is a lift as well as two sets of stairs.  The people who live at Castle Hall are encouraged to be as independent as possible with as much support as they need. The home has a spacious garden with an outdoor seating area, raised beds and a poly tunnel where the residents can join in the gardening group.  There is varied programme of activities and a mobile ‘shop’

 

Opening times. We deliver support twenty-four hours a day and you can contact the home at any time

 

People. Ten people are living at Castle Hall at this time.

 

Cost. Most people are referred to Castle Hall by their local authority who pay the fees to Mencap in Kirklees. The people who live there have a personal allowance as the majority of their benefits are taken as a contribution to the cost of their place.

 

What’s included. The cost of the placement includes all meals and drinks; entertainment and activities; bills and transport costs

 

What we do. We support people to maintain their independence and to learn new skills such as shopping; cooking, arts & crafts, flower arranging and chair-based activity. We also encourage people to look after their health wellbeing and can accompany them to health-related appointments where this is needed.

 

For more information about Castle Hall please see the service guide.

Safety measures in place for COVID-19. All staff wear PPE and an enhanced cleaning programme is in place. Staff and residents have regular COVID-19 tests and the relevant precautions are taken if anyone is symptomatic or receives a positive result.

Victoria Road
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Theresa Kelly, Manager

Victoria Road

1 Victoria Road
Lockwood
Huddersfield
HD1 3TF
Tel: 01484 340833

Victoria Road is a six bed residential home for adults with a learning disability.  There is one bedroom on the ground floor, four bedrooms upstairs and a self-contained flat.  All the rooms contain a single bed, chair, wardrobe, chest of drawers and a television. Curtains, bedding and towels are provided by the home but people can choose to change these at their own expense. People are encouraged to personalise their rooms with pictures, photographs and other items. The home has a secure and spacious garden with an outdoor seating area.

 

The people who live at Victoria Road are encouraged to be as independent as possible with just the right amount of support.

 

Opening times. We deliver support twenty-four hours a day and you can contact the home at any time

 

People. Six people live at Victoria Road

 

Cost. Most people are referred to Victoria Road by their local authority who pay the fees to Mencap in Kirklees. The people who live there have a personal allowance as the majority of their benefits are taken as a contribution to the cost of their place.

 

What’s included. The cost of the placement includes all meals and drinks; entertainment and activities; bills and transport costs

 

What we do. We support people to maintain their independence and to learn new skills such as shopping; cooking, arts & crafts and gardening. We also encourage people to look after their health wellbeing and accompany them to health-related appointments where this is needed.

 

For more information about Victoria Road please see the service guide

 

Safety measures in place for COVID-19. All staff wear PPE and an enhanced cleaning programme is in place. Staff and residents have regular COVID-19 tests and the relevant precautions are taken if anyone is symptomatic or receives a positive result.

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Barbara Matula, Manager

100 Pennine

100 Pennine Crescent
Salendine Nook
Huddersfield
HD3 3TP
Tel: 01484 348961

100 Pennine Crescent is the home of eight adults with learning disabilities. Six people live in the main house with another two maintaining their independence in an adjoining bungalow.

 

The residents are proud of their allotment where they grow their own vegetables. Social outings occur regularly, and residents all keep up with their own interests and hobbies. Everyone enjoys going on holiday together once a year, and they have a house buddy who visits often to go for walks, visiting town, cafes and shops.

 

The staff support residents to be as independent as possible, keep in touch with friends and family and do as much as possible for themselves. Some activities the residents enjoy are themed evenings, karaoke, discos and outings.

 

The home also has a pet tortoise called Murgatroyd.

 

Opening times. We deliver support twenty-four hours a day and you can contact the home at any time

 

People. Eight people live at 100 Pennine Crescent.

 

Cost. Most people are referred to 100 Pennine Crescent by their local authority who pay the fees to Mencap in Kirklees. The people who live there have a personal allowance as the majority of their benefits are taken as a contribution to the cost of their place.

 

What’s included. The cost of the placement includes all meals and drinks; entertainment and activities; bills and transport costs

 

What we do. We support people to maintain their independence and to learn new skills such as shopping; cooking, arts & crafts and gardening. We also encourage people to look after their health wellbeing and accompany them to health-related appointments where this is needed.

 

For more information about 100 Pennine Crescent please see the service guide.

 

Safety measures in place for COVID-19. All staff wear PPE and an enhanced cleaning programme is in place. Staff and residents have regular COVID-19 tests and the relevant precautions are taken if anyone is symptomatic or receives a positive result.