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Hoffmann Residential Homes & Care Offering residential properties and dedicated home care for people who need that extra bit of support.

Marriott Road

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Location

Set in the heart of residential Barnet, this six-bedroomed house, owned by Barnet Primary Care Trust, is close to all the amenities of Barnet High Street, and to Barnet College. It is spacious and light, with a large attractive garden, living room and kitchen. The back lounge has been made into a multi-purpose room where various activities take place including music, art, sensory activities and relaxation.

The six service users have a range of support needs, including severe learning disabilities, and autism. All service users attend a variety of day care settings and staff are working toward individualised day care packages to enhance their quality of life. Service users are fully involved in the running of the house: discussing menus and selecting food, cleaning their rooms, doing laundry, choosing furnishings and colour schemes for the house and helping with the garden.

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Staffing

Comprising of a support manager, one deputy manager, two senior support workers and four support workers. The staff have undertaken a range of training, including specialist autism training, support for mental health problems, medication and statutory training, as well as bereavement and loss. The team is supported by our autism manager and consultant who provides specialist advice around service users' needs and behaviour management.

Support managers and deputies are fully involved in developing the Hoffmann Foundation for Autism's strategic plan and managing their budgets. Our policies, based on the requirements of the Care Standards Act, are developed in-house and tested out in the units before being adopted by the organisation.

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Activities

Leisure activities feature highly on the agenda. These include:

  • Pub visits
  • Bowling
  • Trips out to shows and films

All the service users enjoy holidays both in the UK and abroad. Cornwall, Crete and the Lake District are favourites as well as Outward Bound holidays run by the Calvert Trust. Four service users have weekly aromatherapy and massage and four attend classes in music and movement at the local college. Two go to 'Communication through water' at the local swimming pool.
A group, comprising parents and carers meets frequently to discuss the house, the service users and fundraising.

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Castleton Avenue Read More Marriot Road

Location

Set in the heart of residential Wembley Castleton Avenue is a six bedroom residential home in a quiet area of Brent which has provides 24 hour support for service users with autism.


The home's excellent location also means that a number of amenities are close by, such as King Edward Park, and Wembley High Road where, amongst other things, service users can go out for a meal, go shopping, or to the gym. Service Users can interact with each other and relax in either of the two lounges, large kitchen or garden. It is in these areas where Service Users can enjoy organised activities such as board games, karaoke and popcorn and film evenings. Castleton Avenue also has a computer room where Service users can develop their computer skills and go on the internet if they wish.

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Staffing

The staff team, comprising of a support manager, one deputy manager, two senior support workers and four support workers, have undertaken a range of training, including specialist autism training, support for mental health problems, medication and statutory training, as well as bereavement and loss. The team is supported by our autism manager and consultant who provide specialist advice around service users' needs and behaviour management.

The residents consists currently of three men and three women, whose average age is 40, have a range of support needs including mental health problems, mild learning disabilities and autism.

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Activities

Residents are fully involved in the day to day management of the unit and their personal lives, as well as discussing issues at their monthly residents' forum. All of our service users are on the Brent Advocacy Group, which meets every two weeks to give a voice to those with learning disabilities. All the residents have advocates provided by Brent who support them with issues such as finance, rights, and how to make a complaint.

One service user is on the Brent Partnership Board, which brings together health and social care in the borough, taking account of service users' views on the kinds of day care and residential homes they want. We are also very fortunate to have full support from the Brent Community Support Team in times of crisis.

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Pear CloseRead More Marriot Road

Location

Pear Close is a house comprising of six bedrooms based in a peaceful area of Kingsbury, North West London. It has been providing residential care for people who have autism with severe learning disabilities since 1990. The house is located on high grounds and has a spectacular view of surrounding areas. Pear close is walking distance from public transport and local amenities e.g. Shops, banks and post office.

The house has a back garden, free parking and an exercise / activities room


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Staffing

It is staffed on a 24 hour basis by a team of experienced support workers, many of whom have been working at Pear Close for a number of years. 80% of staff have achieved at least an NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care, and all work together to advocate the individual rights and wellbeing of the Service Users.


Each service user is allocated a full time key worker and co key worker who works with the individual, family members and other professionals to help develop a personal plan which meets their social, practical and health needs.

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Activities

Staff encourage the Service Users to engage in social activities both within and out of the house. These vary from individual to individual, but typically include things such as bowling, swimming, cinema, karaoke sessions, shopping and pub outings. Staff also accompany service users on annual holidays abroad, supporting them to achieve their full potential for self fulfilment and development.

Service users are also assisted with their day to day needs and are supported to access multi disciplinary support when required.

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Park Avenue Read More Marriot Road

Location

Park Avenue is an Edwardian era house situated within the Wood green community. It has 6 bedrooms providing 24 hour care for adults with learning disabilities. Some may have autism, Asperger's Syndrome or display other characteristics that fall within the autistic spectrum. It is situated adjacent to The Hub which is HFA's day centre.

Park Avenue is also very close to public transport, allowing day trips out into London and beyond, as well as allowing Service Users to maintain relationships and friendships outside of the home.

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Staffing

The manager of the home has over 10 years of experience of working with people with with a variety of disabilities in residential and hospital settings. All of the home staff have at least three years experience working with learning difficulties and ASD.

They are trained in a variety of areas such as food hygiene and TEACCH and 90% of the staff have achieved at least a level 2 or 3 in Health and Social Care.

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Activities

Each Service User has an individual activity programme is both suited to their interests and is aimed to benefit well being, empowerment and social interaction. Leisure activities include accessing the local community by visiting the local cinema, pub or the nearby Alexandra Park.

In addition, the garden, conservatory and communal areas within the home provide space for the service users for further interaction and recreation within a structured and relaxed environment in the form of games and art activities, or to simply unwind and watch television. The home also has a laundry room and the kitchen diner area which provides a perfect environment for service users to develop their independent living skills.

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