Autism Care opens bungalows


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Autism Care (UK) has opened a new residential home in Rotherham. Rother Heights can accommodate 24 residents in four bungalows.

The interior of each bungalow is decorated to stimulate the senses and includes coloured inset lighting, tactile and durable furniture and furnishings and special architecture. The centre also includes a number of safety features, such as remotely controlled light and water supplies and Perspex window coverings.


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