Life-changing residential care for adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health conditions.
Type of property
The Bungalow has five bedrooms and is laid out across a single floor, so the entire property is fully wheelchair accessible. We have plenty of outdoor space including an extensive enclosed back garden and individuals are supported to grow their own produce in our large vegetable patch.
There’s plenty of space inside too, including a fully fitted kitchen, large, bright conservatory leading onto the patio and a spacious sitting room. There’s also an adapted bath and wet room to make bathing easier.
The Bungalow has five individual bedrooms, including three with en-suite facilities. Each room is bright and airy, with lots of storage space. Where necessary, we can provide specialist furniture and equipment, including profiling beds, and specialist chairs and hoists.
Valued in your community
There’s a lot to do in the local area, and The Bungalow team supports each individual to have fun and enjoy their leisure time as part of their ongoing programme of support.
The Bungalow is close to local shops, and Farnham, Aldershot and Guildford are just a short drive away. There’s a wealth of leisure activities within easy reach of the home: ice skating, ten-pin bowling and swimming at the Spectrum Leisure Centre in Guildford are always big favourites.
Living at this service
Our team works closely with residents and their family members to develop personalised care plans which promote an ordinary lifestyle and encourage people to work towards a set of achievable personal goals. Every person we support has their own individual experiences, interests and dreams. We pride ourselves in getting to know each person – as well as their circle of support – and working with them to create a support plan that’s uniquely and sensitively tailored to the individual, enabling them to live the life they want.
This service also offers respite care for short-term stays.
“At The Bungalow our aim is to give people the tools to live with greater independence and become valuable members of the community. Some have undertaken courses at the local college such as IT, art and cookery while we also support people in taking on voluntary work or enjoying leisure activities such as horse riding, bowling, music and therapy."
Manager, The Bungalow