Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries or mental health conditions.
Type of property
Stourbank is a detached bungalow where people are supported to live independently.
The accessible property has five bedrooms, each with a wet room style ensuite. There is also a kitchen, dining room, lounge area and garden with patio. The property is equipped with assistive technology, including bedroom alarms to call for assistance, an intercom system, and CCTV.
Valued in your community
The local area provides many amenities, from cafes and restaurants to shops, Shipston Park, a post office, Shipston-on-Stour Library and Information Centre and high-street banks.
Stratford-upon-Avon is close by, with Shakespeare’s Birthplace, a number of theatres, the library, Stratford Butterfly Farm, the Tudor World Museum, and the Everyman Cinema.
Nearby Warwick offers attractions including Warwick Castle, a number of museums, and Warwick Market.
Living at this service
Stourbank is ideal for a sociable person, aged between 20 and 30. The people we support here are men and women aged between 22 and 26. They have learning disabilities, brain injury and autism.
People enjoy bowling, socialising, shopping, listening to music, watching television, spending time in the community or with family, cooking, horse racing, football, and walking. The people here also cook for one another, which everyone really enjoys.
“Stourbank is a lovely property that feels like a real home. The atmosphere is busy and sociable. The staff are goal-oriented and always strive to support people reach their full potential.” Manager, Stourbank