Heath Farm Cottage
Life-changing residential care for adults with learning disabilities and autism.
Type of property
Heath Farm Cottage is a residential service ready to welcome new people and support them in leading an independent life.
This ten-bedroom bungalow has two kitchens, two living rooms, a dining room, and two bathrooms - one with a bath, and another wet room-style with a shower - plus two rooms with a toilet and sink.
The property also has two self-contained apartments, each with one bedroom and an open-plan kitchen and living room. One apartment has a bathroom with a shower, and a separate room with a toilet and sink, while the other has one bathroom with a toilet, bath and shower.
Both properties at Heath Farm Cottage have their own accessible gardens for people to relax in when the weather is good, as well as an outdoor gym.
Assistive technology is available in every bedroom upon request.
Valued in your community
Heath Farm is in a peaceful rural area with good links to amenities.
For people who like to stay active, the leisure centre provides year-round access to exercise classes, a swimming pool and a gym. People also enjoy walking in the local area.
Neighbouring Lincoln has all necessary amenities including cafes, restaurants, high-street banks, St Marks Shopping Centre, the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Lincoln Castle, theatres, art galleries, an Odeon Cinema, and Lincoln Bowl bowling alley.
Living at this service
Heath Farm Cottage is ready to welcome a sociable man. The people we support here are men with autism and learning disabilities, aged between 25 and 55. This is a busy, lively environment where people like to stay active.
At Heath Farm Cottage, people enjoy shopping, listening to music, swimming, cooking, trampolining, puzzles, crafts, sensory activities, gardening, bingo, walking, watching television, socialising, and being in the community.
People choose how they want to spend their time - day trips to the Lincolnshire coast and Norfolk are favourites.
“Heath Farm is a specialised centre for people with autism and learning disabilities. It is in a rural setting with green, open spaces which are quiet and calm. Each property has its own vehicle which helps people to access the community whenever they like. There is a behaviour team onsite, headed by a psychologist, that meets with residents every week. All of the managers have worked here for over twenty years, giving them excellent experience in helping the people we support to gain the best life and independence possible. There is a real community feel across all the properties, making it a safe and happy place to live.” Manager, Heath Farm