A real and lasting difference for everyone we support

Location

12 Bradgers Hill Road,
Luton,
LU2 7EL

T: 01582 452 258

F: 01582 482 288

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Rose Court

About Rose Court

Rose Court supports 10 adults with learning disabilities, who require varying levels of support. We are on hand to provide 24 hour support where necessary, although many of the people we support enjoy independent lives where they go to college or have a job.

Our approach to support:

The individuals who use our service and staff have a genuine relationship with a clear mutual respect; each individual has a nominated "key worker" and benefits from monthly key worker meetings where they are given the opportunity to resolve and discuss any problems as well as plan those all important social events.

What it’s like to live here:

We have a robust activity programme that was devised with individuals and offers a range of activities that are all community based. A typical weeks programme would include electronic learning, dance classes, employment, swimming, bowling, cinema, visits to others towns and villages, floral arranging as well as cookery.

The location of Rose Court is just outside the main town centre but can be easily reached by the local bus within 10 minutes. We are also very close to the train station making it easy to have days out in London. We are 15 minutes away from London Luton airport. In the immediate area we have newsagents, a pub, a medical centre and a community centre.

“Craegmoor staff have helped me understand myself better.” – Person supported by Craegmoor

Facilities:

Rose Court has a big landscaped garden; this is well used in the summer months as we love to have barbecue parties.

The individuals at Rose Court are given the opportunity to choose the colours they would like in their bedrooms. All bedrooms on the ground floor have en-suite and also share a wet room / bathroom. The other bedrooms have en-suites and showers.

We have two lounges and two kitchens; individuals at the home are encouraged to prepare what meals they can for themselves and staff are always on hand to offer support if required. Where appropriate, individuals are also encouraged to take care of their own laundry in our two laundry rooms.

Rose Court has a car that can be used for day trips and travel to and from social events events, as needed.

Admissions criteria:

Rose Court may be suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

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