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Broughton House

High Street, Brant Broughton, Lincolnshire, LN5 0SL

Gender: Mixed

Age: 16+

Beds: 29

Broughton House is a 29 bed specialist residential service for adults with autism and who may present with behaviours that challenge. We aim to provide a safe, comfortable and effective care environment for those in our care.

Broughton House is divided into five distinct areas to support individuals within smaller environments. The main part of the building offers nine beds, with four beds in both the Coach House and The Flat. On-site there are two separate properties, Sutton House and Sandbeck House, each with six beds.

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Each unit within Broughton House offers the individuals we support individualised living spaces, creating an environment that will support them for moving along their care pathway to more independent living. As part of their pathway, we enable them to build their skills to help them achieve the things they want out of life. Set in a beautiful rural location, the service has plenty of outdoor space for individuals to enjoy, including countryside walks that help support those who are anxious in crowded spaces. The individuals we support can gain skills through extended learning on a number of accredited platforms.

Interventions are matched according to individual needs and our life skills development programmes are overseen by the activity coordinators. The integrated MDT consists of occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, psychology and psychiatry. The team supports the development of daily living skills and reduction in maladaptive behaviours.

Our staff use non-aversive positive approaches and are trained in MVA specialised behaviour interventions and sensory integration strategies. A combination of person-centred planning, measurement of progress and a full multidisciplinary approach can only result in the best outcomes for the individuals in our care.

Situated over the road is No. 12 High Street. Individuals progress through their care pathway to No. 12 High Street to support them towards more independent living.

Our resident profile:

  • Diagnosis of autism
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Communication challenges
  • Associated complex needs
  • Likely history of multiple exclusions and placement or family breakdowns
  • May have an ECHP (Education Healthcare Plan)
  • May be subjected to DoLS (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards) or Care Orders

Our facilities:

  • En-suite bedrooms – residents are encouraged to personalise their room
  • Spacious communal lounges and dining rooms
  • Multi-sensory room
  • Recreational and arts facilities
  • Garden with outdoor seating, swings and raised flowerbeds
  • Computer suite

Our community links:

  • Whitepost Farm
  • Mansfield Museum and Art Gallery
  • Newark Castle
  • RAF Waddington and Cranwell swimming
  • Grantham Mencap club
  • Stapleford Wood
  • Whisby Nature Reserve
  • Rural Countryside Walks
  • Village amenities

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