Broughton Lodge is a specialist residential service for adults with autism and a learning disability who may present with behaviours that challenge. We aim to provide a safe, comfortable and effective care environment for those in our care, promoting independence and community integration. On site we have our multi-disciplinary team (MDT) who assist and support us to provide outcome based care and support pathways. Depending on the individual’s level of need, we have 3 different areas within the service offering different levels of support, including support for young men and women leaving an educational provision: Sutton (8 beds) & Langley (8 beds) provide a high level of support for individuals who may be stepping down from a hospital setting or has experienced multiple placement breakdowns. Bosley (4 beds) supports individuals who are preparing to move onto supported living. They provide a structured programme of vocational activity and daily living skills to enable the individual to experience a less restrictive environment safely. As part of our care pathway, our service enables residents to build upon earlier learnt skills to achieve further independence, self-advocacy and confidence leading to better quality of life. Residents can gain skills through extended learning via accredited platforms. Our staff use non-aversive positive approaches and are trained in specialised behaviour interventions and sensory integration strategies. A combination of person-centred planning, measurement of progress and a full multi-disciplinary approach can only result in the best outcomes for the individuals in our care. Jaden’s Story A short film about how the support provided by the team at Broughton Lodge has helped Jaden, a young man with a diagnosis of learning disabilities and autism. The film includes interviews with Jaden’s parents and members of the team at Broughton Lodge. Resident profile: Diagnosis of autism and learning disability Behaviours that may challenge 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, which residents are supported to personalise Multiple good sized living and dining areas in all areas of the service Large activity room containing a multisensory projector, pool table, exercise equipment and a large interactive tablet Activities of Daily Living (ADL) skills kitchens Sensory room 4 large gardens with seating areas and outdoor activities Community links: Cafés and restaurants Library Parks Shops Countryside Walks Download the Broughton Lodge Flyer1.43 MB Photo Gallery Please click on the images to enlarge. 360 Degree Tour Use your mouse on the video below to have a look around the facilities at Broughton Lodge.