Bangeston HallBangeston Hall is located on seven acres of grounds in Pembroke Dock
Situated on three acres of grounds in Pembroke Dock, Bangeston Hall is a stunning home for up to 17 adults from the age of 18.
At the centre of the grounds is the main home, a manor house comprising of 10 bedrooms with lots of communal space inside and out. The Lodge is an additional five-bed home arranged around an open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room with en-suite facilities, and a further two-bed home provides an additional living option.
At Bangeston Hall we support adults with complex needs associated with autism. We embrace sector-leading practice and blend education, care and therapeutic support to provide tailor-made placements for unique individuals.
In its seven acres of land is a market garden and allotment, a huge polytunnel and a smallholding which provide lots of opportunities to get close to nature, learn life skills or simply to relax. The main building also has a music room and an art room.
We invite adults over to enjoy our facilities from our other Pembrokeshire services, which gives adults from across a number of homes to meet, form friendships and enjoy each other’s company.
17 Registered Beds
Our primary aim is to provide a safe environment that encourages individuality, self-confidence, self-esteem and lifelong learning.
Ours is a person-centred approach. We encourage adults to learn and develop skills that will enable them to play an active role in their community, supporting them to make their own informed decisions. We also work closely with families and carers to support individuals to develop and maintain relationships.
We encourage our residents to participate in positive risk taking, helping them to develop roles, responsibilities and confidence within their daily lives and, at all times, we support them to become independent via a focus on lifelong learning.
We want to improve and maintain the quality of life for adults by nurturing and promoting independence. This is underpinned by Positive Behaviour Support - focusing on setting realistic goals and understanding behaviour in order to provide our residents with proactive coping strategies to overcome their difficulties. This non-sanction-based model of care celebrates and reinforces good and positive behaviour, leading residents to associate their home life with being happy.
At Bangeston Hall our residents’ therapeutic needs are supported by the local health team in Pembrokeshire.
We are always happy to be contacted for further information about Bangeston Hall and we encourage anyone with an interest in our home to get in touch to find out more about what we do and how we do it.
What People Are Saying
You will never find a place like this anywhere else. I wish my son could stay here for ever.Ty Bronllys Parent
I'm actually in tears! You have no idea, not just how much you've changed our lives, but how you have saved our lives!Ty Coryton Parent
They are our go-to provider for children with disabilities.Lead Commissioner Professional
I have absolute trust in Orbis. I would and have recommended them to other authorities.Social Worker Professional
Since he has been at Dan y Coed he is talking about his future. It is also the first time he has ever said that he is happy.Dan y Coed Parent
He is so happy at Dan y Coed. Everyone is so lovely. If he is happy then I am happy.Parent B Parent
Passion and beauty from the heart, each and every one.Ty Coryton Parent
We are so reassured by the highly knowledgeable and enthusiastic carers. We are so thankful that you amazing people are so committed to helping individuals with autism live the very best life.Ty Coryton Parent
Very proud he's doing so well and the Summergil team have done so much for him. He opens up now and talks about his feelings. It's wonderful. It's lovely that he comes home and talks about his day, where he never did before.Parent A Parent
We are located next to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an Area of Outstanding National Beauty.View on Map