Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries, mental health conditions or drug and alcohol addiction.
Type of property
Pioneer Court has a mixture of one-bed apartments and bungalows that provide the perfect mix of independent living and collaborative, community support. Living in this shared building means people can benefit from a vibrant network of friends and staff support, while having peace and quiet whenever they need it too.
There are fourteen apartments and four bungalows, each with a wet room style bathroom, and an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. All of the bungalows, as well as the ground floor apartments, are wheelchair accessible and have access to a shared garden with a patio area.
Pioneer Court has assistive technology including an intercom, a pendant system to call for staff, and CCTV. Two bungalows also come equipped with automatic doors.
Valued in your community
Pioneer Court is in a residential area with small cafes, pubs and restaurants, as well as Ford Green Hall Museum and Whitfield Valley Nature Reserve. Nearby Tunstall and Hanley both have a wider range of libraries, high-street shops and banks. For people who like to stay active, Dimensions Leisure Centre provides year-round access to a gym and swimming pool.
A short bus journey will take you to Stoke-on-Trent, which has larger attractions including Waterworld swimming pool, Festival Retail Park and intu Potteries for shopping, Regent Theatre, the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Tenpin Stoke bowling, an Odeon Cinema and a Cineworld.
Living at this service
At Pioneer Court, we support a group of people with diverse needs. The property is well suited to a mobile person who likes to socialise and be part of a friendly group.
People enjoy watching television, gaming, walking, going to the pub, line dancing, swimming, cooking, shopping and being in the community.
People at Pioneer Court choose how they spend their time - lunch out or visiting the pub are firm favourites. For day trips, people also enjoy going to Chester Zoo and Blackpool.
“Pioneer Court has a very happy and settled environment. The people we support here are genuine friends and often meet up for parties, events, or a home-cooked meal together. The staff work in a person-centred way, and always strive to support the people here in finding independence.” Manager, Pioneer Court