Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries or drug and alcohol addiction.
Type of property
The modern apartments of Bedwardine Court provide the perfect mix of independent living and collaborative, community support. Living in this shared building means people can benefit from a vibrant network of friends and staff support while having peace and quiet whenever they need it too.
The new-build property has twenty, one-bedroom apartments, each with an open-plan lounge, dining room and bathroom.
There are a number of wheelchair accessible apartments, all of which have a wet room style bathroom, cupboards with sliding doors, and a kitchen with adjustable height counters. Bedwardine Court is equipped with assistive technology, including an intercom system and CCTV.
Bedwardine Court has an accessible, shared garden with a patio. There are two communal rooms onsite too, with WiFi, radio and television, so people can spend time together.
Valued in your community
At Bedwardine Court, we’re fortunate to be located just a short walk from a range of vibrant shops, cafes, pubs, a post office, St Johns Library and high-street banks.
In nearby Worcester you’ll find all the local amenities you need including the Swan Theatre, Odeon Cinema, Worcester Bowl, Crowngate Shopping Centre, Worcester Cathedral and a number of museums.
People enjoy volunteering in the community, swimming at Lower Wick Swimming Pool or walking in Cripplegate Park. A favourite place for people here is Worcester Snoezelen - a specialised multi-sensory leisure facility that caters for people with diverse needs. People can partake in music and art sessions, time in the hydro pool, or activity clubs.
Living at this service
People at Bedwardine Court are aged between 20 and 40.
The people we support here have varying interests including watching television, socialising, listening to music, karaoke, gardening, cooking and spending time in the community. As a group, we enjoy going for lunch and walks. Most people here enjoy spending time with their families too.
“Bedwardine Court is more than just a set of apartments where people live in the same building - it’s a community. Everyone comes together and the people we care for have formed true friendships here.” Manager, Bedwardine Court