The Old Vicarage, Newport
The Old Vicarage is a residential home for adults with a primary diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Condition. We offer a home from home located within a peaceful rural setting in Marshfield near Newport.
The service was opened in 2014, when the building was converted from a 28-room facility to a service with 10 large en-suite rooms, lots of communal spaces, laundry facilities and kitchens.
The Old Vicarage also offers plenty of outdoor space.
‘We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful and calming location. The impact on our son has been a revelation.’ Parent
‘Overall, evidence indicated that the service users had received robust and individualised support and encouragement to improve their quality of life and that they had made good developmental progress at the home.’ From our latest CSSIW Report. Click here for the report in full
For our latest Quality Assurance Report 2016 click here. Here’s some of the feedback gained from Commissioners, Parents and Staff:
‘The home goes to great lengths to meet the identified needs of the service user.’ Commissioner
‘I have found the quality of care received to be of a very high standard.’ Commissioner
‘Found the service thoroughly professional and quickly met the needs of a very complex young man.’ Commissioner
‘Excellent team of staff.’ Parent
‘Imaginative and collaborative problem solving approach.’ Parent
‘Superb manager with understanding staff.’ Parent
‘Staff and management: they are a credit to the company.’ Parent
‘I love my job because I enjoy seeing the service users develop.’ Staff
‘I enjoy supporting the service users in the community doing activities they love like horse riding, having lunch out, swimming etc.’ Staff
At The Old Vicarage our multi-disciplinary team includes:
- Occupational Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Clinical Psychology
- Complementary Therapy
For more information or to arrange a visit, contact our Referrals Coordinator, Colin Howarth on firstname.lastname@example.org or 02920 029922.
Download our Community Care brochure here: