Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and mental health conditions.
Type of property
At Becondale people are welcomed and supported to live independent lives.
This five-bedroom semi-detached house has a living room, a kitchen and four bathrooms - one ensuite with a shower, and three communal bathrooms. Becondale also has an accessible garden with a patio for spending time outdoors when the weather is good.
Valued in your community
Becondale is in a residential area with cafes, restaurants, pubs and takeaways. There’s a library, a post office, an Everyman Cinema, and Crystal Palace Museum close by too.
For people who like to stay active, Crystal Palace National Sports Centre provides year-round access to four swimming pools, an athletics stadium and indoor track, sports halls and pitches, a rock climbing wall, exercise classes and a gym. People also enjoy walking in the area - Crystal Palace Park with the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs and Park Farm is a popular destination.
Central London is easily accessible and has tourist attractions including museums and art galleries, the London Eye, the Tower of London, the Sealife Centre Aquarium and London Zoo.
Living at this service
The people we support here are men aged between 33 and 61 who live with mental health conditions, acquired brain injury, learning disabilities and autism.
The youngest man here likes peace and quiet and spending time outside the house. The oldest man enjoys cooking, spending time by himself and shopping. Another man likes video games and visiting family. He is a shy person who doesn’t like a lot of attention. The fourth man likes cooking, travelling, cycling and a quiet atmosphere.
At Becondale, people’s hobbies include cooking and spending time in the community.
“The environment at Beacondale is homely which enables people to live an independent life and build on existing skills. People here enjoy holistic wellbeing.” Manager, Beacondale