Life-changing supported living in Worcester.
Type of property
Bolton Avenue is a modern, five-bedroom detached house where people are welcomed and supported to live independent lives.
Two of the bedrooms are en-suite, with the remaining three sharing a bathroom. One bedroom is a staff sleep-in room. Downstairs there’s a lounge, dining room, kitchen, conservatory and a toilet. Outside there’s a small, enclosed garden that everyone can enjoy.
When you choose supported living, you’re choosing to live independently, safe and secure behind your own front door. There’s peace of mind in knowing the Lifeways team is on-hand, providing tailored support that helps people to lead more fulfilling lives, surrounded by like-minded people.
Living at this service
Life at Bolton Avenue is suitable for people with learning disabilities, brain injuries or autism.
We are ready to welcome someone new and Bolton Avenue would be an ideal home for someone of any age who enjoys a friendly and sociable environment in a great location for accessing the local community. The people living here keep busy with a range of activities and hobbies, including going out for lunch, watching sport, shopping and going for walks.
Valued in your community
Bolton Avenue is in a new residential area in the outskirts of Worcester. The service is surrounded by the Warndon Woodlands Nature Reserve, an ancient woodland which is a great place for walking, spotting wildlife and enjoying the amazing display of bluebells in the spring.
Worcester is a 15-minute drive away and is an historic city full of landmarks, cultural sites and tourist attractions. There are several museums, art galleries and theatres, alongside high street shops and a wide choice of restaurants, pubs and bars. Worcester also offers some beautiful public parks and outdoor spaces, with the walk along the River Severn being a favourite.
“Bolton Avenue is a really friendly service, everyone gets on really well and there’s a nice mix of people here. The staff go the extra mile
to help everyone achieve their goals and be as independent as they can.”
Manager, Bolton Avenue