Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries, mental health conditions or drug and alcohol addiction.
Type of property
At Swan Court 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.
The building has five accessible apartments, each with one bedroom, an open-plan kitchen and living room, and a wet-room style bathroom. There is also an accessible patio for people to use when the weather is good. Assistive technology includes a door entry intercom system.
Valued in your community
At Swan Court, we’re just a short walk from shops, parks, cafes and pubs.
Nearby Walsall town centre is a vibrant place with all the necessary amenities, including restaurants, Reedswood or Crown Wharf Retail Parks with high-street shops and banks, and Saddlers Shopping Centre. There is also the New Art Gallery, Lichfield Street Hub Library, and the Light Cinema.
Wolverhampton is nearby too, where you’ll find the Arena Theatre or Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton Central Library, and the Light House Cinema.
At Swan Court, people choose how they spend their time. From day trips to Reedswood Park, Blackpool, the coast or the Sealife Centre, people also enjoy eating out together or going to the pub.
Living at this service
Swan Court is ready to welcome someone new. The people we support here are mixed ages and genders.
People at Swan Court enjoy shopping, gardening, baking, walking, karaoke, playing pool and board games, listening to music, watching television, socialising, and being in the community.Day trips to the coast - especially Blackpool - are a favourite.
“The staff love working at Swan Court. They are long-standing and have a great relationship with the current residents. The people we support feel safe here and enjoy the staff’s company. Everyone works hard to promote independence.” Manager, Swan Court