Type of property
At Kildare Street people are welcomed and supported to live independent lives.
Kildare Street is a four-bedroom house with a dining room, a living room and a kitchen. One bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, and the other three have access to the shared bathroom which has a shower.
Kildare Street has a pleasant accessible garden with a BBQ and a patio where people enjoy spending time outdoors when the weather is good. There is level access into the house.
Valued in your community
There are few things more rewarding than feeling like an active and valued part of the community.
Kildare Street is in a residential area with cafes, pubs, restaurants, shops, high-street banks, a post office, and a library.
For people who like to stay active, Farnworth Leisure Centre has exercise classes, a gym and a swimming pool. People also enjoy walking in the local area. Moses Gate Country Park and Farnworth Central Park are popular destinations.
Nearby Bolton provides access to larger amenities including restaurants, high-street banks, the Crompton Place Shopping Centre, Bolton Market, the Octagon Theatre, a Light Cinema and Hollywood Bowl Bolton for bowling.
Manchester also has lots of places to visit including the Arndale Centre and Trafford Centres for shopping, Sealife Manchester and the Coronation Street Tour in Media City, Salford.
Living at this service
Life at Kildare Street is suitable for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and autism.
We are ready to welcome a woman aged between 25 and 35. The women we support here are aged between 28 and 31 and live with epilepsy, learning disabilities and Down’s syndrome. People here enjoy being sociable and living in a fun, lively house with lots of activities, so someone with a similar outlook is an ideal fit.
At Kildare Street people enjoy listening to music, watching television, karaoke, walking, going out for lunch, gardening, shopping, cooking, swimming, playing bingo, socialising and being in the community. The women here particularly enjoy going to the cinema and the theatre to see musicals.
“Kildare Street has a real homely feel to it. The people we support live full and engaged lives, with staff support to do what they want to do.” Manager, Kildare Street