Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and acquired brain injuries.
Type of property
At St Lukes people are supported to live with independence.
The two-bedroom semi-detached house has a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, and one communal bathroom which has a bath with a hoist. St Lukes also has a garden for people to enjoy when the weather is good.
Assistive technology can be tailored to suit the needs of each person. There is a lift to access the upper floor, and all doors are wider to enable wheelchair access.
Valued in your community
St Lukes is in the community of Little Horton, which has shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, and a post office. For people who like to stay active, Bradford has a range of venues with exercise classes, sports courts, gyms and swimming pools.
Bradford City Centre is a short distance by public transport and provides access to The Bradford Broadway and Kirkgate shopping centres, the National Science and Media Museum, a Cineworld Cinema, Bradford Ice Arena for ice skating, and the Alhambra Theatre.
People also like to visit Halifax which offers a Vue Cinema, Halifax Playhouse and Victoria Theatre, The Eureka! Science Museum, Calderdale Industrial Museum, Woolshops Shopping Centre, and Electric Bowl for bowling.
Living at this service
We are ready to welcome a mature woman who enjoys a quiet pace of life and enjoys socialising.
We support one person here who is in her sixties and lives with mobility difficulties and a learning disability. She enjoys hand crafts, being in the house, watching soaps, going out for lunch, having her nails done, shopping, and spending time in the community. Routine is also important to the person we support here.
“St Lukes is in a quiet and safe area with a family community around the house. The property is well maintained and decorated in a modern and homely way. It’s always very clean and organised. The lounge is very cosy with a large television. The atmosphere is very calm and relaxing for both the people we support, and the staff - who are mostly female.” Manager, St Lukes