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GREAT NEW HOME FOR YOUNG ADULTS
WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
Norwood, the UK’s largest Jewish charity supporting vulnerable children and their families, children with special educational needs, and people with learning disabilities, will be opening a new supported living service in Barnet in July 2016.
The service has vacancies for up to five young adults (under 30 years of age) with learning disabilities, who may be exploring their options for leaving residential college or their family home. Each individual will receive personalised support from staff who are trained to support people with complex needs.
For more than 60 years, Norwood has been providing outstanding services for people with learning disabilities in London and the South East, although we have been supporting vulnerable people since 1795. Today we not only provide supported living and residential accommodation services for adults with learning disabilities, but we also offer health and wellbeing programmes, lifelong learning activities, and transition support.
A GREAT NEW HOME
The service is set within a fully renovated and modern detached house in New Barnet (EN5), close to shops, restaurants, cinema, supermarkets, a gym and overground and underground stations, and comprises:
BENEFITS OF NORWOOD’S SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICE
Each person can receive up to 24 hours of personalised support* per day from an experienced staff team, including night-time support.
If you think the house may be right for you or someone you know, please contact Norwood’s Placements team on 020 8809 8809 or email us
*The level of support and activities available will be dependent on funding received from the young adult’s local authority or private funder.