Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and low-level mental health conditions.
Type of property
Crownlea is a tranquil property where people are supported to live independently.
The accessible, detached bungalow has three bedrooms. There is one shared bathroom with a shower, and hoist access into the high low bath. Assistive technology is used throughout the property to support people and is tailored to suit their individual needs. The property has a separate toilet, a large kitchen with small dining area, a living room, laundry room and conservatory.
Crownlea also has an accessible, shared garden with a large patio and a BBQ for residents to use when the weather is good. And, there is a resident cat!
Valued in your community
At Crownlea, we’re fortunate to be located within walking distance from a range of vibrant shops, parks, cafes and pubs in Malvern. There is also the cinema, Malvern Theatre, Malvern Priory Bowling Club, and Priory Park for walks when the weather is good.
Nearby Worcester offers local amenities including the Swan Theatre, Odeon Cinema, Worcester Bowl, Crowngate Shopping Centre, Worcester Cathedral and a number of museums.
People at Crownlea choose how they spend their time - as a group, we take regular day trips to Blackpool, Weston Super Mare and Birmingham Sealife Centre. People also enjoy visiting Pathways Day Centre, or Malvern Splash Leisure Complex for swimming and other fitness activities.
People also enjoy Worcester Snoezelen - a specialised multi-sensory leisure facility that caters for people with diverse needs. People can partake in music and art sessions, time in the hydropool, or activity clubs.
Living at this service
Crownlea is the perfect place for a woman to join those we support here. One of the women here is non-verbal, so a verbal person to keep the other woman company would be very welcome here.
One woman is in her early 70s and has mild learning disabilities. She enjoys her own space, going shopping, cooking, and doing puzzles, and goes to church every Sunday. One in her early 40s and has profound learning disabilities and epilepsy. She enjoys a quiet atmosphere, as well as sensory activities, time with family, and visiting the hydrotherapy pool.
Together, the people we support here like to do crafts in the house, watch television, listen to music and go for walks.
“At Crownlea, the people we care for have made it a home they can call their own. People enjoy relaxing in this quiet, green location, which creates a lovely atmosphere. We really feel there is great communication between the staff and the people who live here.” Manager, Crownlea