Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism and physical disabilities.
Type of property
Mere Hall is a large semi-detached house that is ready to welcome new people and support them in leading an independent life.
The four-bedroom property has a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, and two bathrooms - one wet room style downstairs and one upstairs with a bath. The property has a stair lift for disabled access to the top floor.
Mere Hall also has an accessible garden with a patio for people to use when the weather is nice. Assistive technology can be tailored to suit the needs of each person, and includes door sensors.
Valued in your community
Mere Hall is near Bolton, which has pubs, restaurants, cafes, a post office and a library. Bolton centre also has high-street banks, the Crompton Place Shopping Centre, Bolton Market, the Octagon Theatre, a Light Cinema and Hollywood Bowl Bolton for bowling.
For people who like to stay active, the surrounding area has venues to choose from for exercise classes, gyms and swimming pools. People also enjoy walking in the local area. Leverhulme Park and Seven Acres Country Park are popular destinations.
Manchester also has lots of places to visit including the Arndale Centre and Trafford Centres for shopping, Sealife Manchester, the Opera House, an Odeon cinema, theatres, museums, art galleries and bowling alleys. There’s also the Coronation Street Tour in Media City, Salford.
Living at this service
Mere Hall is ready to welcome a calm person aged over 40 years of age. The people we support here are both men and women aged between 37 and 67, who live with cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, epilepsy, osteoporosis, autistic spectrum disorder, and diabetes.
Mere Hall is a very active household where people have varied interests including listening to music, watching television, cooking and baking, gardening, walking, swimming, gaming, socialising and being in the community.
At Mere Hall, people choose how they spend their time. Day trips to Blackpool and the coast are favourites. People also enjoy going to the day centre, pamper sessions, music classes, visiting family, arts and crafts, and going for lunch. Others enjoy going to music gigs, sticking to a routine, and going to the shops.
An aromatherapist visits the property once a week to help the people we support.
“Mere Hall is close to all amenities with Bolton town centre being only minutes away. The house is in fantastic condition, in a lovely quiet area. The property is equipped with a stair lift to promote independence and the staff work hard with the people we support, making sure they achieve all their goals and have new experiences.” Manager, Mere Hall