A real and lasting difference for everyone we support

Location

Rix Road
Kilnhurst
Rotherham
S64 5TZ

T: 01709 589385

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Progress House

About Progress House

Progress House supports four individuals with learning disabilities and autism. We provide a safe and homely environment, where everyone can make their own choices about the support they receive.

Our approach to support:

At Progress House, we do everything we can to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we support. As a team we are focused on building positive outcomes for everyone using the service, by helping each person to lead more independent lives.

All individuals using our service have a Person Centred Plan which they help to create; it lists their goals and ambitions, as well as the level of support they require.

What it’s like to live here:

Everyone helps to choose and organise the activities that are on offer at Progress House, both in-house and within the community.

Some individuals enjoy swimming, horse riding, bowling, going to the cinema, socialising in pubs and going shopping. Within the house people get involved with arts and crafts, communication sessions, cooking, relaxation, dancing and gardening.

We support and encourage people to pursue their own interests and to attend college courses.

Progress House is situated in Kilnhurst, which is close to Mexborough, Rotherham and Doncaster, and has easy access to local shops and amenities. The local transport system is easily accessible.

Facilities:

The service is set in private grounds, with a large parking area to the front of the building and a tastefully presented large garden and patio to the rear of the building.

Everyone has their own bedroom which they are encouraged and supported to personalise to their own tastes and requirements.

Admissions criteria:

Progress House may be suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

  • Individuals with autism
  • Individuals with learning disabilities
  • May also present with challenging behaviour