Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries or mental health conditions.
Type of property
At Eastfield, people are supported to live independently.
The five-bedroom, detached bungalow has a kitchen, dining room, living room, laundry room, and three wet-room style bathrooms. Each bedroom has a wet room style ensuite. Eastfield also has an accessible garden with a patio and a BBQ for people to use when the weather is good.
Assistive technology, including an intercom system, ceiling tracking hoists and sensory equipment is equipped as standard.
Valued in your community
Eastfield is in a vibrant residential area with easy access to Manchester. The local area has cafes, a post office, and parks for peaceful walks.
In nearby Manchester, there are lots of places to visit, including the Arndale Centre and Trafford Centres for shopping, Sea Life Manchester, the Opera House, an Odeon cinema, theatres, museums, art galleries and bowling alleys. There’s also the Coronation Street Tour in Media City, Salford. For people who like to stay active, Manchester provides year-round access to a number of gyms and swimming pools.
Living at this service
Eastfield is ready to welcome a person in their fifties or sixties. People living here are aged between 50 and 90, and live with learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, blindness, quadriplegia, and epilepsy.
At Eastfield, people enjoy going to the day centre, doing sensory activities, being outdoors, going to church, war reenactments, football, spending time with family, karaoke, walking, shopping, cooking, listening to music, swimming, bingo, watching television, and being in the community.
“Eastfield is a hub of activity that caters to all sensory needs. The property is nestled in a quiet part of Manchester, with easy access to all local amenities. It’s a very happy and comfortable house.” Manager, Eastfield