Providing care services to both children and adults with a variety of disabilities and complex needs.

Chapel View

Chapel View is a traditional cottage located on the outskirts of Cinderford – a small town in the heart of the Forest of Dean. It is CQC Registered to accommodate three younger adults with emotional behavioural difficulties, learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders. Each client has a large single-occupancy bedroom that they are encouraged to have decorated to their own taste and personalise.

Local shops and other amenities are within walking distance. Beautiful countryside and fun activities are just a short drive away. The location lets us create the perfect balance of freedom and opportunity to support clients as they grow the life skills and confidence for independent living.

Chapel View is decorated and equipped to a high standard. It has all the facilities a young adult needs to feel at home – such as Sky TV, broadband access and games consoles.

Market Place

Marketplace is located in the centre of the historic town of Coleford and is registered with CQC. Comprised of two separate flats, it provides separate self-contained residential accommodation for two adults who experience emotional difficulties, present challenging behaviour, have a learning difficulty or have an autistic spectrum disorder.

Both flats are decorated to a fantastic standard and are equipped to meet all contemporary needs. They present the ideal environment for adults developing their independence. But Marketplace is so much more than bricks and mortar. Every client has a tailored care plan that promotes as much independence as possible, while providing support as they test their personal boundaries and abilities.

The flourishing rural community of Coleford presents clients with a safe, stimulating environment for developing life skills. The wide range of outdoor activities in Forest of Dean lets them improve abilities and confidence whilst having fun. Coleford is also a hub for public transport access to nearby urban centres.