Breedon Hill Road
Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and acquired brain injuries.
Type of property
At Breedon Hill Road people are supported to live independent lives.
The four-bedroom terraced house has a kitchen, living room, activity room, dining room, laundry room and a conservatory, and one bathroom with a shower.
Breedon Hill Road also has a garden with a BBQ for people to relax in when the weather is good.
Valued in your community
Breedon Hill Road is in a residential area with cafes and restaurants.
Nearby Derby has amenities including museums and art galleries, intu Derby Shopping Centre, two cinemas, and Derby Theatre. For people who like to stay active, Queen’s Leisure Centre provides year-round access to exercise classes, a swimming pool and a gym.
People also like to go to Nottingham for larger shops and attractions including a Cineworld cinema, Nottingham Tenpin Bowl, Nottingham Castle, Museum and Art Gallery, Green’s Windmill and Science Centre, ice skating at Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham Playhouse Theatre, and Victoria or Broadmarsh shopping centres.
Living at this service
Breedon Hill Road is ready to welcome a mature, social and active person aged between 40 and 50. The people we support here are two men aged 35 and 40, and one woman in her forties. They live with mild to moderate learning disabilities.
At Breedon Hill Road, people enjoy socialising, volunteering, cricket, listening to music, cooking, gaming, watching television, fitness, and being in the community.
People choose how they spend their time. Day trips to Blackpool and nearby towns are favourites.
“Breedon Hill Road is a very sociable house. It’s a home away from home. The staff are nurturing and supportive, and have good relationships with the people we support. Everyone works really hard to promote independence.” Manager, Breedon Hill Road