Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities and autism.
Type of property
At Rowena Street apartments, people come together as a community. Living in this shared building means people benefit from a vibrant network of staff and friends, as well as enjoying independence in their own apartments when they need it too.
There are seven apartments, each with one bedroom. Assistive technology includes an intercom system and CCTV to give you peace of mind throughout the property.
Valued in your community
Rowena Street is in the village of Moses Gate which has pubs, shops, and takeaways. It also has easy access to surrounding villages including Farndon.
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. Darcy Lever Gravel Pits and Moses Gate Country 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, Sea Life 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
Life at Rowena Street is suitable for people with learning disabilities, and autistic spectrum disorders. We can assess diverse criteria to make sure the person will fit in well and are ready to welcome an independent and sociable person aged over 25 years of age.
People have varied interests including listening to music, working, volunteering, cooking, karaoke, going out for lunch, and being in the community.
At Rowena Street, people choose how they spend their time. We often have communal meals and the people we support here enjoy socialising together. Organised groups, including Nitelife, play a big role in people’s lives.
“At Rowena Street, people have their own apartments and their own space. The people we support are friendly and like to socialise , as well as being independent - which staff always aim to promote. This is a really friendly, good place to be.” Manager, Rowena Street