Cedar House

14475cf8-b7ab-48d2-87a1-cf3d5452cf2bVery, large 4 bedroom spacious house. House is decorated to a high standard. Walking distance to the town centre it is a straight walk about 20 mins walk. Plenty of parking at the front of the house. 1 bedroom is ensuite. The house has a bath, shower and 3 toilets. Train and bus station near. NO WI FI.

Accommodates: 8
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 4
Property type: House, entire home
Close to M6 Junctions

Amenities
Kitchen
Heating
Hair dryer
Hangers
Iron
Washer
Dryer
Hot water
TV
Shampoo
Laptop friendly workspace
Free parking on premises
Long term stays allowed
Fire extinguisher
Carbon monoxide detector
Smoke detector
First aid kit
House manual

Heating can be turned up by the thermostat in the passage way opposite the lounge. The boiler is located in the office. The garage cannot be accessed. The TV is basic no satellite TV and no wi fi however reception on mobile phones are good and can use internet on mobile phone. Please be mindful steps are steep going up to bedrooms. Please run the taps you are going to use and shower for two minutes before use, because could of not been run for a long time due to gaps in guests to prevent stagnant water. There is a separate washing machine and dryer in a room specifically for laundry. This is free of charge to use. There is a washing line in the garden and clothes pegs in the room that was an office opposite the back door to the garden.

If you require care and support whilst staying at Cedar House

(no personal care unless through separate arrangement*)

A short term to long term let house for adults with learning difficulties and autism

Separating out housing and support

Instead of having to take on packages of residential care, more flexible combinations of housing and support can be developed.

Focusing on one person at a time

By moving away from the model of the group home, and using detailed ‘personal futures’ planning to provide services that are genuinely individual.

A focus on relationships

People’s links (their family, their friends, their community) are the starting point in designing services, not an afterthought.

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