A real and lasting difference for everyone we support

Location

17 Croft Lane
Diss
Norfolk
IP22 4NA

T: 01905 828 854

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The Croft

Located in Diss, Norfolk, The Croft is a specialist residential service for eight adults with learning disabilities. We provide a safe and supportive environment where individuals can progress to lead a more independent and fulfilling life.

The people that live here are supported using a person-centred approach, providing a package of care and support that meets the individual’s goals and aspirations. We understand that each person has different needs, interests and hobbies, which is why personal input is so important. Our aim is to deliver a high quality service that enables people to maximise their independence.

Our services

  • Eight comfortably furnished bedrooms
  • Spacious communal areas including a lounge, dining room and kitchen
  • Safe and secure grounds and gardens
  • A highly skilled and dedicated staff team
  • 24 hour staff support on-site
  • A person-centred approach through both community and home-based activities 

Living at The Croft

The Croft provides a bespoke plan of activities for each person which includes organising day trips to places of interest. We support individuals to have a fulfilled and active life, encouraging dreams, goals and aspirations.

We promote a broad and varied range of activities at the home and in the community that offer experiences on which interests can be developed. These activities include:

  • Cinema
  • Cooking
  • College courses
  • Creative arts
  • Football
  • Museums
  • Shopping
  • Walking

Located in Diss, Norfolk, The Croft offers a safe, homely and friendly environment for residents. The service provides eight spacious bedrooms, as well as communal areas for the residents to relax including a lounge, kitchen and secure garden.

With good transport links nearby, residents can also enjoy the community facilities which include visiting the town centre for shopping and socialising.

The Croft may be suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

  • Adults aged 18 years and over
  • Men and women with learning disabilities