“Oxclose Lodge is home from home.”
“My daughter is lucky to be placed at Oxclose Lodge, she has a new family, I am glad she is in such a small group.”
The Old Orchard is a residential home that supports five disabled people, including people who have particularly high support needs with complex physical impairments and learning difficulties. We provide a holistic service based on the needs and preferences of individuals.
We seek to empower and enable people to live a lifestyle of their choice, develop self-esteem and confidence, enhance communication and social skills, and gain as high a level of independence as possible.
“My daughter is so happy at Belvoir Lodge. The staff understand my daughter’s needs and respond excellently to them.”
Belvoir Lodge is a five-bedded residential bungalow for disabled people. There is a tracking hoist throughout the bungalow. All the bedrooms are spacious and adapted to meet the individual needs of residents. There is a profile bed in all five bedrooms and rooms are decorated to the personal taste of each resident.
Our transition service supports young disabled people aged 18 to 25 to prepare and plan for their future.
“Scope provides a programme really tailored to my son’s needs and I think that’s the most important thing.”
We offer a stimulating, vibrant and supportive environment where young people with complex support needs can develop skills to prepare them for living independently.
Gillingham Residential Services consists of three registered properties, two purpose-built bungalows (Mulberry Court) and two community homes (7 Hyde Road and 12 Orchard Mews), as well as Thorngrove Garden Centre. Situated in the Dorset town of Gillingham, it is managed by Scope and provides support for disabled people with a range of impairments. It aims to maximise both independence and individuality.