About Vaughan House
Vaughan House is built around the principle of providing an excellent quality of mentoring and support for individuals with learning disabilities, autism or challenges in dealing with emotions and relationships with others.
Our approach to care:
People who live in Vaughan House have varying needs, and the staff here recognise that no two individuals are the same. All support plans are created with the person and their families to ensure that individual needs are met in the best way possible.
Our staff ratio is dependent on the specific needs of individuals using our service at any one time; something which is reviewed on a regular basis. We are able to offer 24 hour support to make sure needs are always met within our service. We also provide one-to-one support where needed.
What it’s like to live here:
At Vaughan House, we provide daily workshops which are tailored to help people to become more independent and build their confidence.
Some of the people living at Vaughan House go to work during the day or attend college, and others belong to clubs and like to socialize or go out and dance. Some people just like to spend some quality time with those they care about.
At Vaughan House it is important for us to understand the people we support, the way they think and the things they dream of achieving. This helps us support individuals in choosing suitable activities to fill their weekly schedule.
We are centrally placed and only a short distance away from the train station, park, pubs and shopping facilities. Further afield are National Heritage sites and wildlife parks, and London is not too far away by train. Luton boasts a university and two colleges so there is plenty of choice for individuals living at Vaughan House.
“Craegmoor staff have helped me understand myself better.” – Person supported by Craegmoor