Ophir Road, close to the popular coastal town of Bournemouth is a residential service for individuals with learning disabilities and complex needs, including those who express behaviours which others might find challenging.
With a friendly home from home environment, Ophir Road is a 1900s Victorian detached house spread across three floors. With four en-suite bedrooms, including a shared flat, it provides a small, personalised setting where the focus is very much around tailored support and helping the individuals who live there to have a fulfilled and meaningful life.
Being close to Bournemouth town centre and the lovely sandy beach, individuals are supported in accessing leisure and social activities of their choice within the local community. Individuals enjoy swimming, cinema, music clubs, bowling and attending day centres. There is a mini-bus on site and the home is also close to very good transport links and a national train and coach station.
Some individuals carry out work placements at a local company and nearby Colleges in Brockenhurst and Bournemouth offer opportunities for skills development and learning new interests.
The friendly team encourage the individuals who live at Ophir to be as independent as possible, helping them to develop confidence with daily living skills, washing and cooking. Family members and friends are always welcome to visit and join BBQs and social events at the home.
A person centred approach starts with an individual transition plan to help individuals settle into the home.
- Residential service for adults
- 4 bedrooms with en-suites
- Wheelchair accessible – ground floor
Call: 0808 223 5320
- Access to the local community
- 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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It’s one of the best places G has been at.Relative – quote from CQC inspection report - August 2015
The most important thing is that B is happy – he is.Relative – quote from CQC inspection report - August 2015