Type of property
At Froyle Close people are welcomed and supported to live independent lives.
Froyle Close is a two-bedroom bungalow with a kitchen, a living room, a shared bathroom and a separate bathroom with a toilet and sink. There is level access into the property, as well as overhead tracking in the bedroom and bathroom, making the service fully accessible.
Froyle Close also has an accessible garden for spending time outside, socialising and enjoying the space when the weather is good.
Valued in your community
There are few things more rewarding than feeling like an active and valued part of the community.
Froyle Close is in a residential area with shops, cafes, takeaways, a library and a post office. Maidstone town centre is nearby and has high-street banks, Fremlin Walk Shopping Centre, The Mall Maidstone, Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone Museum, an Odeon Cinema and Hollywood Bowl for tenpin bowling.
For people who like to stay active, there are several gyms and leisure centres in the area offering exercise classes, sports courts and swimming pools. There’s a Gravity Trampoline Park close by too. People also enjoy walking in Whatman Park, Cobtree Manor Park and local Nature Reserves including Nashenden Down and Boxley Warren.
Living at this service
Life at Froyle Close is suitable for people with learning disabilities and autism.
We are ready to welcome an individual who likes to stay busy and active. We support a 59-year-old man with severe learning disabilities and epilepsy here. He has minimal communication skill and enjoys listening to music, films, socialising, going out for lunch and visiting the coast.
“People at Froyle Close have a very active life and enjoy accessing the community. We encourage people to be as independent as possible, offering support when needed. We welcome family input and work closely with outside agencies to ensure positive support. The house is very quiet and tranquil with a regular staff team who work on a one-to-one basis with the man who lives here.” Manager, Froyle Close