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Fletcher Way, Fletcher Way

Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 5SA

Supported living for adults with severe physical and learning disabilities.

  • Number of people: 8
  • 24hr Care & Support
  • Wheelchair Access
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    Fletcher Way is a new supported living service for eight people with their learning and / or physical disabilities.

    For the residents this is their home and the caring and experienced staff team aim to support them to live happy, healthy lives in a safe environment.

    There are two buildings, Robin House and Wren House (named by Dacorum Borough Council), which each provide four flats.

    Each one bedroom flat is wheelchair accessible and has its own fitted kitchen with adjustable height work surfaces and sink, ensuite bathroom with wet room and open plan living room. Tracking for hoists is provided in each bedroom.

    The lower block has a platform lift to the two lower ground flats to the car park. There is office space, and 24 hour support is available with waking night support on hand.

     

    I chose Fletcher Way for Natalie because supported living gives her more choice and flexibility. It means she can have her own space and independence, so it’s like a home from home. Because she will have more one to one support than if she was in residential care, she will be able to get out and about in the community more often and develop a personal connection with staff too. There will also be opportunities to socialise with other residents when she wants to.

    Theresa, mother of service user Natalie

Fletcher Way is a supported living for adults with severe physical and learning disabilities. Our aim is to offer the residents the support that they need in a setting where they can live independently in their own home.

I chose Fletcher Way for Natalie because supported living gives her more choice and flexibility. It means she can have her own space and independence, so it’s like a home from home. Because she will have more one to one support than if she was in residential care, she will be able to get out and about in the community more often and develop a personal connection with staff too. There will also be opportunities to socialise with other residents when she wants to.

Theresa, mother of service user Natalie