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Garratts House – Bushey, Watford

A quiet and well-connected semi-independent living service for young men with disabilities in Watford.

Garratts House is one of our highly successful supported living services in Bushey, Watford. The property is a two storey, 3 bed house on a quiet street that is only a ten minute walk from local shops and conveniences. It also has great transport links with bus, overground and national rail trains, and is less than an hour to London by train.

Garratts House is currently home to three male service users with an average age of 30 years old. Their diagnoses range from Learning Difficulties to Brain Injury, and we support each with a dedicated, personalised care programme as part of our aim to provide semi-independent living to each service user within their individual capability levels.

At Garratts House, we support all service users with any aspects of their lives where there is an identified need for support. This covers all social and health care as well as general living skills. Our ultimate goal is to help our service users to develop in confidence and independence to live as fulfilling a life as possible.

Semi-independent living to suit specialised needs

All of our supported living care plans are devised for the individual that they are designed to serve, regardless of which accommodation they take residence in, or even if they continue to live within their own home. Our highly trained staff have skills and experience that allow them to help service users with a wide range of diagnoses, and our staff often receive ongoing and supplementary reinforcement training to ensure they are able to offer the highest level of care.

Garratts House is just one example of our semi-independent living services for adults with learning disabilities, where service users are guided and assisted with daily living skills and integration into the local community. Just a few of the skills we are able to help service users develop are:

  • Cooking and meal preparation
  • Household chores and household management
  • Budgeting and financial planning
  • Participating in local community activities
  • Continuing education, including college, vocational and non-vocational courses
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