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Meadow View

Space Available - 08008400313

The service is able to support individuals from the age of 17 as part of a transitional model of support we promote at Regard. In each case we would work closely with all parties to ensure an agreed approach is put in place to help an individual make that transition in to adulthood a positive one.

Specialism: Meadow View is a new supported living service designed to offer support and accommodation for adults with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions, behaviours considered to challenge, physical and mental health support needs and those with significant communication difficulties.

Details of Vacancies: There is one upper floor room with shared facilities available.

Age Range: adults 18 – 40

Current profile of the Service: Meadow View provides supported accommodation for those moving from residential care, family home or educational establishments who would benefit from having their own accommodation; whilst being in close proximity to others if they wish.

Hours provided: There is 24 hour staffing, including waking night and sleep in staff, dependent on the identified needs of the tenants

Focus of the service: Meadow View supports individuals with Autism, moderate to severe learning disabilities and complex needs, including behaviours considered to challenge and dual diagnosis. The service aims to provide each tenant with the opportunity to maximise their potential and to be valued and contributing members of the local community.

About this service
What we offer
Meet the team
Success Stories

​Meadow View is a large property in the village of Wheal Rose, just outside Redruth. After refurbishment the building will provide 2 large self-contained flats plus a main house with 6 large en-suite bedrooms and large communal areas. There will be one ground floor room plus five first floor rooms. There are extensive grounds.

We offer full needs and risk assessments completed by trained and experienced staff in liaison with the individual and anyone else they wish to be involved such as family, friend, or advocate. We provide person-centred support plans which include details of how we assist individuals to maintain their independence.

Support to tenants with a range of activities including: budget planning and finances, meal planning, shopping and household tasks, establishing community links and promoting self-advocacy and support in accessing health services.

Sophie Arthur is the Team Leader at Meadow View.

The staff team are available to support service users as much or as little as they require to live within their own homes in the local community. Support is available with all aspects of daily living and with accessing the community. Support Staff will treat service users with dignity and respect, encouraging them to take responsibility for the support they receive whilst affording them the opportunity to make informed decisions about their lives. The Service adopts a vigorous recruitment and selection process supplying two satisfactory references, one of which must be their current or last employer, DBS enhanced Disclosure, POVA check, provide evidence of eligibility to live and work in the United Kingdom.

Tremendous pride for Will from Meadow View

Since arriving at Meadow View, Will’s life has turned around. Previously, he struggled to interact with the general public due to having few social skills, and found communicating with others challenging.

Independence Day for Jon and Sharon thanks to Highdowns

Two friends from Cornwall are celebrating leaving residential care to live in the community.

Contact Meadow View

  • Service Manager: Sophie Arthur
  • Regional Manager: Leah Bone: 07912 540 424
  • Area Director: Tania Palmer

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