At Jubilee House Care Trust we provide person centered support to empower individuals to live happy and fulfilled lives. Our staff are enthusiastic, highly trained and dedicated to providing the best opportunities for people with learning disabilities to live the life they choose and achieve their goals.
We offer residential care, our modern well equipped buildings provide a stimulating, varied and comfortable living space with a relaxed atmosphere.
Jonquil is a detached purpose built bungalow providing 24 hour residential care and support for 6 people with complex and profound learning disabilities. It is designed to meet the mobility needs of service users with full wheelchair access, specially adapted bathrooms, adapted kitchen facilities and a large garden. The living environment is enhanced by a specially designed and fully equipped interactive sensory room which provides the opportunity for fun and relaxation. We support service users to choose and enjoy a variety of experiences within their local community. These activities can range from visits to local pubs and cafes to day trips out to local zoos or evening visits to see music and shows depending on what the service users choose to do every day. The service user is kept at the centre of their support and staff ensure that service users are communicated with and involved in all aspects of their own support.
Lincoln consists of two neighbouring properties, a two bedroom and a four bedroom flat with a shared garden, where we provide 24 hour support to 6 service users with moderate learning disabilities. Each person has their own bedroom and each flat contains communal facilities to enable people to live as independently as possible. Our friendly, professional staff are available to assist with specific needs on a one to one basis.
Our services offer long-term residential support; however where possible we also support people to move on to independent living in their own homes.
Support from Jubilee House has enabled her to become more independent in everyday living, managing her finances, cooking, shopping, medication and she also has a voluntary job. Jackie can now take the bus into town and access shops and other services independently.
Jackie says “I’m please I do things on my own, staff taught me”.