Parvale House is a large, double fronted, two story property located in Kettering, Northamptonshire providing a specialist residential service for adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).
With a friendly, family atmosphere, the service supports six individuals.There is a spacious lounge and dining room and all bedrooms are en-suite. With a large garden and paved seating area, there are plenty of opportunities to relax outdoors and enjoy social occasions.
With a person centred approach, the focus is very much on supporting individual’s bespoke needs and helping them to live a meaningful, fulfilling life in the local community. The service has its own transport, a bus stop outside and a local train station so individuals can enjoy the local gym and swimming pool and lots of other activities of their choice.
The dedicated team also support individuals to become more independent, developing daily living skills such as cleaning and cooking and having their own areas of responsibility. They are also encouraged to seek work and volunteer opportunities which include the local kennels, church, charity shops and elderly care homes which builds self esteem.
There are regular activities at Parvale including arts and crafts, in house bingo and friends and family are always welcome. Individuals also attend regular informal meetings to discuss all aspects of their home.
Parvale was the first service in the UK to support adults exclusively with PWS and recently celebrated their 20th Birthday.
- 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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The experience I have in the home is very rewarding because I have had all the help and support I’ve needed and I still do now. This is due to what I have suffered with in the past. Plus it is a very good place for achieving the goals you want to do and making you feel good about yourself and making you feel better as well.Supported individual - September 2016
I like living at Parvale House and I don’t like telling off.Supported individual - July 2016
Daughter has Prader Willi Syndrome and had been at another house for some five years. When she went there, her situation was indeed dire – not to say without any exaggeration, life threatening. She was unable to look after herself and the help she had was insufficient for her needs – there was little understanding of this condition. She is now a different person having been given the right care after years of struggling – such a joy to see.Mother of supported individual - December 2015
When your son or daughter reach the stage of needing an independent lifestyle to further their quality of life, Parvale House is as near a home from home environment that you could achieve. When staff change I can alter the dynamics of the house for a while, but staff are caring and sensible and seem chosen with care. When my daughter’s room was decorated she was consulted on colour and curtain choice, so felt involved with the transformation. The staff put effort into finding suitable placements to enhance individual achievements. Concerns are dealt with professionally and carefully. Let your young person experience life to the full at Parvale House.Mother of supported individual - November 2015
Parvale was calm, it was warm and welcoming and the ‘synergy’ between staff and living there was wonderful.Relative – quote from CQC inspection report - August 2016