Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries or mental health conditions.
Type of property
Mildenhall is a house share that provides the perfect mix of independent living and collaborative, community support. Living in this shared space means individuals can benefit from a vibrant network of friends and staff, while having peace and quiet whenever they need it too.
The five-bed terraced property has level access. The downstairs bedroom has a wet-room style en-suite, whilst the other two rooms have access to a shared bathroom with a bath. Assistive technology can be tailored to suit the needs of each individual.
The property also has an open-plan kitchen and dining room, and a living room. There is an accessible garden with a patio and BBQ.
Valued in your community
At Mildenhall, we’re fortunate to be located close to the centre of Quedgeley. The local area has a lot to offer including a post office, cafes, restaurants, high-street banks, Quedgeley District Shopping Centre, and Quedgeley Library.
Nearby Gloucester has a wider range of attractions, including the Cineworld Cinema, Gloucester Cathedral, St Oswald’s Retail Park and St Oswald’s Priory, as well as several museums and leisure centres.
People at Mildenhall choose how they spend their time - we organise regular day trips to the coast, Bristol Zoo and Weston-super-Mare. We’re even trying to organise a group holiday.
Living at this service
Mildenhall is an ideal home for a man aged between 20 and 35, who has a sociable manner.
There are currently three men here, aged between 21 and 31. Two have global development delay, while the other has mild learning disabilities. Their interests include trains, construction, gaming, football, gardening, listening to music, and walking, as a group, there are regular outings to local pubs for lunch and to play pool.
“Mildenhall is a lovely property that has been made into a true home for the people we care for. It is a busy, happy house, with real friendships between the people here. There is always something fun going on, or someone around to talk to. The individuals here never get lonely, as they always have each other.” Manager, Mildenhall