Holly House

Our Support

At Holly House we support ten people who have Learning Disabilities, an Acquired Brain Injury or Mental Health needs. We offer a consistent, kind and supportive environment, where individuals with complex needs can find their own identity and develop self-confidence. We are responsive to individuals who may be having a challenging time and need additional emotional support. We recognise that each person’s life is unique and extraordinary.

We believe in developing practical skills and strategies to assist with real life situations, therefore, we are down to earth and caring in our approach. Our staff team maintain a positive and creative attitude to life’s difficulties, as we believe there is always a way forward. We place great importance on balancing out recovery with positivity, humour and a good level of fun. This positive approach enables individuals to progress and realise their goals.

Our Approach

At Holly House we encourage people to lead a full and valued life, enabling individuals to live more independently through a programme of active community engagement, developing meaningful social networks, managing risk and developing robust coping strategies. We work together, learning from each other. We like to have lots of fun, we enjoy listening to music, singing, dancing and most importantly we love to laugh.

We are person-centred in our approach, and work with people to maximise their engagement, decision-making and autonomy, through personalised support planning. Where individuals have limited capacity to make more significant life decisions, we support them to make key decisions by considering their likes and dislikes, and we work with their supporting relatives and care team to find the best solutions.

Positive Outcomes

Holly House is renowned for its positive, proactive and skilled team. The individuals who live at Holly House also support each other in their progress, and through this unique supportive environment, people are enabled to achieve their goals. Holly House has a proven track record in working with previously challenging individuals, many of whom have progressed onto greater independence within supportive living tenancies.

Independence Skills Building

Each person discusses their likes, interests, goals and aspirations with their Key Worker. These could include starting a college course, having a job, wanting to cook or just having the confidence to go to the shops.

We can provide support with:

• Social and recreational needs
• Vocational retraining
• Personal budget and finance management
• Travel training
• Skills development and re-enablement
• Personal and health care needs
• Respite and outreach support
• Building links with friends, family and the community
• Household tasks
• Access to independent advocacy

Accommodation

Holly House is situated in a friendly residential area of Cheltenham, with ten en-suite bedrooms, a communal lounge kitchen and dining room. There is a vibrant open garden, with attractive views of the local church.

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Acquired Brain Injuries, Mental Health, Learning Disabilities
  • Capacity: 10 Adults 
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • General enquiries: 0333 444 0075 
  • Location: Cheltenham
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk

 

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