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Halland House is a place that people with learning disabilities can call home. We have three specialist wings to cater for people requiring different levels of support, but our person-led care means that each and every resident receives care that’s as unique as they are.
We understand that a person’s care needs may change over time, and we’re well equipped to cater to changing requirements and provide more intensive support over the years if necessary.
If you need to support an adult with learning disabilities, residential care in Uckfield, East Sussex is a great option to give them a taste of independence in a beautiful rural setting.
Residents with the most intensive support needs are based on the ground floor. The area has been specially designed to accommodate people with mobility issues and wheelchair users, and the furnishings have been adapted to support people with higher care needs.
Our care team is on hand to provide round the clock support to help residents from the moment they wake up until it’s time to go to bed. If they need support in the night, they will always be able to find a member of the team awake and ready to help.
We understand that everyone wants to feel confident and independent in their own private space. The first floor of Halland House provides a calm and pleasant living area for residents who have some knowledge and skills to care for themselves, but still require a little extra support.
For those who have learned some of the skills required to live independently, or who are currently developing them, we have a dedicated annexe called The Lodge. While support is still available, residents in The Lodge can practise skills such as making snacks and drinks. We have a carer at The Lodge to provide care overnight.
At Halland House, we help people to live meaningful lives and leave a lasting legacy in the local community. Both our residents and our daycare guests enjoy a range of stimulating activities and joined-up support to help them towards their personal development goals.
We have a well kept garden for residents to enjoy, and we run events that members of the local community are welcome to attend such as our Christmas panto.
We plan regular trips and outings to give people with learning disabilities the opportunity to enjoy life to the fullest. We have our own transport and members of the care team are on hand to supervise and provide support.
Recent trips included visiting Eastbourne and Bournemouth beach, going to cafés, and day trips to theme parks.
We also take individuals or groups shopping with a support worker, to community events, or to local education centres run by East Sussex County Council.Get in touch