Type of property
Tanglewood Mews is made up of bungalows and purpose-built shared houses providing residential care and supported living.
The three bungalows each contain three individual apartments, and offer supported living.
There are also two spacious seven-bedroom shared houses – one providing residential care for up to seven individuals, and the other providing supported living accommodation. The houses contain all en-suite bedrooms, with communal living and kitchen spaces. Some rooms are wheelchair accessible, and some come with ceiling track hoists.
Valued in your community
There are few things more rewarding than feeling like an active and valued part of the community.
Tanglewood Mews is in a picturesque rural area with shops, pubs, takeaways and a post office in nearby Stanley. Stanley is the nearest town and has high-street shops and banks, a library, Civic Hall Stanley performing arts theatre and Beamish open air museum. Tanfield Heritage Railway is also close by and operates steam trains.
For people who like to stay active, The Louisa Centre has a gym, exercise classes and a swimming pool. People also enjoy walking in the local area, with View Lane Park next door to the property.
Nearby Newcastle-upon-Tyne offers more extensive amenities including the Life Science Centre, Victoria Tunnel Tours, the Discovery Museum, Great North Museum, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, several theatres and cinemas, Eldon Square shopping centre, and Newcastle Castle.
Living at this service
Tanglewood Mews supports adults with autism and learning disabilities who require specialist care and support. We also support a range of health needs that includes epilepsy care, peg feeding, catheter care and stoma care. We also support a number of people who use wheelchairs or require postural care.
A supportive community, Tanglewood Mews is arranged around a large central courtyard, a perfect place for outdoor socialising.
Tailored support plans are designed around each individual to ensure that complexity of need is not a barrier to independence or progress. Tanglewood Mews provides person-focused and aspirational support through dedicated and highly trained support teams in each home.
"Set in rural countryside with outstanding views, Tanglewood Mews is a sociable and supportive service for people with autism, learning disabilities and a range of health needs. There are beautiful walks on our doorstep and we’re just five minutes from nearby Stanley - we are a real part of the community.” Manager, Tanglewood Mews.