Cygnet Bostall House

Bostall Heath, Knee Hill Road, Abbey Wood, SE2 0AT

Cygnet Bostall House provides assessment and treatment for men living with a learning disability and associated complex needs. The team can also support those who have mental health needs and complex behaviours.

Cygnet Bostall House is a spacious detached property, surrounded by beautiful parks and gardens. Service users have a choice of lounges and communal areas to relax in, as well as the benefit of a private garden to the rear of the house.

When an individual comes to Cygnet Bostall House, we find out how they would like to personalise their room and we support them to make it their own. We also like to find out what they like to do and what interests them. Service users are supported to plan menus, shop and prepare food to increase their daily living skills in readiness for moving on.

There is a large and varied choice of local community activities, including bowling, the local gym, cafés and shops. For more variety in activities, central London is only half an hour away by train. Individuals are also supported to access education at local colleges and have paid or voluntary work placements to increase their independence.

Our goal is to enable people to structure their time; build relationships and establish a balance between therapy, self-care, work and leisure as appropriate to their individual needs.

Service users are admitted to Cygnet Bostall House from a variety of different settings. This could be from a home environment, supported living or residential service, or they may also come following a stay at an NHS or other specialist service, including a secure service.

Our facilities:

  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Choice of communal lounges
  • Private garden
  • Kitchen for learning life skills
  • Dining room

Community links:

  • Danson Park
  • Royal Museums Greenwich
  • Bowling
  • Gym
  • Cinema
  • Shopping centres

Cygnet Bostall House in the news


Festive fun in the South East

The people we support in some of our residential learning disability in the South East got in the festive spirit at their Christmas party recently, with festive fun and games.

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