The staff team at Willow House provide personal care to service users, aged 50 and over, with learning disabilities. They specialise in caring for people with complex needs and physical mobility issues. Service users receive support with preparing and cooking meals, shopping, cleaning, medical appointments and much more.
The scheme is made up of 11 self-contained flats with furniture and appliances gifted to all service users. The flats are equipped to meet service users needs as they have a wet room and is wheelchair accessible. In addition to this, there is a welcoming lounge and kitchen/diner which are regularly utilised to play games and host movie night. There is also a nice size garden which proves popular on sunnier days.
Activities are important at Willow House and is at the forefront of all they do, as they ensure that service users are enjoying their time at the scheme. Service users partake in activities such as arts and crafts, jigsaws, games, bingo and film night.
They organise day trips to Woburn Safari Park, Cadbury's World and lunch or afternoon tea on a canal boat.
The cinema, swimming pool, shops and restaurants are on the door step of the scheme. The area also has a medical facilities including a GP surgery and Stoke Mandeville Hospital.