Fletton Avenue is a bright, spacious Edwardian property in the Cathedral town of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire providing a specialist residential service for adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).
The service is suitable for six individuals and has a supportive, welcoming environment. All bedrooms are en-suite, there are three lounges, a games room and spacious garden. The service is also wheelchair accessible.
The friendly, dedicated team take a person centred approach to support each individual’s bespoke needs. The focus is on inclusion, having fun and being a part of the local community. With its own transport and good local transport links, people can easily participate in activities and clubs which match their interests such as archery, football, basketball and swimming.
Individuals naturally develop their social skills through all the many activities which take place at Fletton including arts and crafts, darts, pool, and bingo to name a few.
The team support individuals to become more independent, developing daily living skills such as cleaning and cooking and having their own areas of responsibility.
People living at Fletton are always supported to have new opportunities; some people enjoy volunteering at the local charity shop and others attend work placement programmes and courses at the nearby colleges. The home is also involved in fundraising such as taking part in the great eastern run for local charities.
- Prader- Willi Syndrome (PWS) Service
- Residential service for adults – male & female
Call: 0808 223 5320
- En-suite bedrooms
- Pleasant gardens
We are 96.8% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at November 2017)
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Views & Opinions
It’s a nice place to work. It’s a good team here.Consensus colleague – quote from CQC inspection report - February 2015
We can have an input into the running of the home. The manager listen to what we say. There is nothing you say that is never dealt with, no matter how small it is.Consensus colleague – quote from CQC inspection report - February 2015