The Care Home and People we Support
Stoneywood Care Services primary objective is, ‘to deliver a service of the highest quality that will improve and sustain the individual’s overall quality of life.’
Stoneywood House and Villa is a care home supporting 13 adults with a Learning disability, Autism, Down’s syndrome, complex needs and physical disability/ sensory impairment often requiring emotional support. We support individuals with an outcome focused approach to help them achieve personal goals; we have a consistent staff team who are trained to a minimum of SVQ3 and they all receive specialized in-house training in Autism, Epilepsy, Mental Health, First Aid, Adult Support and Protection, Transitional and Outcome focused support planning, Risk assessment and Positive Behavioral support.
The care home consists of a traditional house for eight people and a purpose built villa, within the grounds, for five people. All rooms are single and most have en-suite facilities. The garden areas have been developed to promote recreational use. Both houses benefit from:
- Open plan communal areas that all individuals can access
- Individuals are fully involved in choosing the environment; colour schemes, furniture, equipment and utensils required for the home.
- Each individual has their own bedroom and hold their own key; each room is personalised by the individual and they can have whatever they wish in their room.
- Conservatory and garden spaces for relaxation and skill development through garden upkeep/maintenance and personalisation through planting sensory material.
The homely supportive environment offers specialised support to help individuals develop new skills to reach their potential in life and achieve their goals.
The service is located near the town centre and is accessible to public transport and local amenities, cafes, local supermarkets, medical, community and leisure centres. Bus routes are nearby and provide travel to Falkirk, Stirling and Glasgow.
Stoneywood House & Villa with Stoneywood Community Project (non-profitable social enterprise) have established links with the local community supporting each other to beautify the local community and introduce new clubs such as the local health and fitness club. Individuals are also supported to be involved in local projects such as the Gala and snowdrop memorial. We work in partnership with the local TOCH club to establish other social opportunities, such as the CGI (Community Green Initiative) to encourage and educate others on keeping the environment clean and tidy.
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Please note we do not provide services for intensive support and short breaks.
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