Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, acquired brain injuries, mental health conditions or drug and alcohol addiction.
Type of property
High Nash apartments provide the perfect mix of independent living and collaborative, community support. Living in this shared building means individuals can benefit from a vibrant network of friends and staff support while having peace and quiet whenever they need it too.
The property has six one-bedroom apartments. Each apartment has a bathroom with shower, an open-plan kitchen and lounge area, and another room for people to use as they wish. High Nash also has an accessible, shared garden with a patio.
Valued in your community
At High Nash, we’re fortunate to be located close to many amenities, including a post office, cafes, restaurants, Lloyds Bank, a garden centre, Coleford Great Western Railway Museum, and the Studio Cinema Coleford. For people who like to stay active, Monmouth Leisure Centre provides year-round access to a large gym and swimming pool.
Part of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Beauty, the area is tranquil and offers some beautiful walks when the weather is good - Clearwell Caves is an excellent spot for day trips.
Nearby Gloucester has a wider range of attractions, including the Cineworld Cinema, Gloucester Cathedral, St Oswald’s Retail Park and St Oswald’s Priory, as well as several museums.
Worcester is also close by and offers the Swan Theatre, Odeon Cinema, Worcester Bowl, Crowngate Shopping Centre, Worcester Cathedral and a number of museums. People particularly enjoy visiting Worcester Snoezelen - a specialised multi-sensory leisure facility that caters for people with diverse needs. There are music and art sessions, a hydro pool, and activity clubs.
People at High Nash House choose how they spend their time - we organise regular day trips to Weston-Super-Mare, which is a favourite.
Living at this service
High Nash is an ideal home for an able-bodied person with learning disabilities, who likes to live independently.
People at High Nash choose how they spend their time - we organise regular trips to Weston-Super-Mare, which is a favourite destination. People also enjoy playing the guitar, gaming, socialising, listening to music, cooking, walking, watching television, gardening and shopping.
“The people at High Nash really enjoy living here. We help to promote their independence, supporting daily trips into the community. It’s a small community that is very caring - people quickly become familiar with everyone in the town. The staff love working here because the people we support are very sociable and like to stay busy.” Manager, High Nash