Creating a specialised environment


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

|Designed specifically for people with learning disabilities and sensory impairments, who have complex needs, Urmston House provides a safe, secure environment where high quality care can be delivered, and independence is maximised.| Shaw Care UK, the specialist arm of the national care home operator, The Shaw Organisation, has just completed, in partnership with Avon Health Authority, its latest property designed specifically for five people leaving long stay hospital. The home, Urmston House in Bristol, provides a specialised environment for people with learning disabilities and sensory impairments who have complex needs. Consisting of five individual luxury apartments, Shaw Care says the facility provides the ideal environment for the delivery of high quality care. Each apartment has its own living/dining area and own kitchenette and bathroom. Residents enjoy the freedom to access their own home at any time within the safe, secure environment that Urmston House provides. The clients for whom this scheme wa





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