Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and mental health conditions.
Type of property
At Church View apartments, people benefit from a vibrant network of staff and friends, while having peace and quiet when they need it too.
The property has level access and a lift for internal access to upper floors. There are twelve apartments, each with one bedroom, an open-plan kitchen and living room, and a wet room style bathroom. All of the ground floor apartments have patio doors with access to the communal garden.
There are also twelve accessible bungalows which all have one bedroom, an open-plan kitchen and living room. Each bungalow has a set of doors leading onto a shared garden.
Assistive technology can be tailored to suit the needs of each person and includes an intercom system, buttons for the doors, and CCTV.
Pets are welcome and we have resident guinea pigs and fish in the apartments, and cats and rabbits in the bungalows.
Valued in your community
Church View is in Sunderland which has cafes, pubs, restaurants, a library, a post office, shops, high-street banks, the Empire Theatre, Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens, the National Glass Centre, the Bridges Shopping Centre, an Empire Cinema, and Sunderland Bowl for bowling.
For people who like to stay active, Sunderland Aquatic Centre has a gym, exercise classes and a swimming pool. We are also close to the coast which has picturesque walks.
People also like to visit Newcastle-upon-Tyne which provides access to the Life Science Centre, Victoria Tunnel Tours, the Discovery Museum, Great North Museum, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, a number of theatres and cinemas, Eldon Square shopping centre, and Newcastle Castle.
Living at this service
Church View is ready to welcome a person aged over 25 years of age.
People’s interests include listening to music, watching television, walking, gaming, arts and crafts, shopping, cooking, bingo, karaoke, swimming, horse riding, watching football, socialising, and being in the community.
At Church View, people choose how they spend their time. Trips to the coast and Flamingoland are favourites. People have also joined in with the annual trip to the local pantomime.
“The staff like working at Church View because all of the people we support are very happy and relaxed. People are friendly and enjoy interacting with the staff. The area is a nice place to live and is very calm and safe.” Manager, Church View