Honeybrook House - "making a lifetime of difference"
Honeybrook House offers support for adults with Autism, including Aspergers Syndrome .
Our understanding of the triad of impairment enables us to fully understand autism, and how to deliver the best support to people, with care plans based on the triad of impairment. Honeybrook House offer a homely environment far away from the noise and distraction of city life but well within the heart of the local community, to provide the individuals with a peaceful environment but close to local facilities and social interaction.
For individuals with Autism in transition from a residential school or college to adult services, it can be a challenging, uncertain and disruptive time.
At Honeybrook House, we are experienced at managing this important stage of individuals life, by working closely
with schools, social services and an individuals family to develop a transitional plan that considers each individuals unique needs and provides certainty and a successful transition.
Our transitional plans are developed by our experienced managers, and consider all factors including maintaining relationships, the new environment and managing the stages between leaving school or college and moving into a new home.
Each person at Honeybrook House has an individual support plan, based on each person’s unique needs, which is regularly monitored and updated. Service users have ongoing access to tracscare Clinical Support Nurses, plus specialist input in the areas of psychiatry, psychology and speech therapy on an individual needs basis.
Honeybrook House’s training is specifically geared towards an understanding of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder and a Total Communication approach.
Honeybrook House is a beautiful Georgian property set in beautiful grounds of about 3 acres. Situated on the outskirts of Kidderminster it enjoys the benefits of urban living yet has a secluded and quiet setting with a rural outlook, ideal for those who want a peaceful home but can still enjoy community facilities.
All rooms within Honeybrook House are large and offer individuals plenty of space. The Home has a large lounge, dining room, conservatory and 2 kitchens, one of which is used for independent living skills. There is a multi-sensory room for relaxation, art room for activities and an aroma therapy room. The three large communal rooms all have pleasant views of the extensive grounds. Bedrooms are all en-suite and many enjoy views of the surrounding countryside and gardens.
Honeybrook House is registered for 10 adults with Learning Disabilities, specifically with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, by the Commission for Social Care Inspection.