Arrowe Hall is a supported living service for adults with mental health needs, learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions, behaviours that may challenge and acquired brain injury. We also provide specialist support for people with complex conditions including Huntingdon’s Disease and profound and multiple learning disabilities.
We provide people with appropriate support for their individual needs, focusing on positive outcomes and supporting the development of life skills. We also work with people to integrate them within the wider community and liaise with family members regarding ongoing care and activities. We develop person-centred care plans and complete regular reviews to ascertain progress and change. We employ an activities coordinator who offers a broad range of physical, social and educational activities available for everyone who lives at Arrowe Hall.
Newly refurbished self-contained flats opening Spring/Summer 2022, now accepting referrals.
With 2 new apartments available in the main building, and a further 2 available in an external bungalow, Arrowe Hall provides a bespoke independent living accommodation.
Here, we provide highly specialist support for adults with complex diagnoses. The accommodation can be fully adapted to meet individual needs and is already equipped for accessibility being situated on the ground floor, with widened door frames, wet rooms throughout, and space to accommodate portable hoists on its glass roof.Download Brochure