Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities or acquired brain injuries.
Type of property
Windy Ridge is a purpose-built bungalow where people feel welcome and supported.
The four-bedroom property has a kitchen, living room, dining room, and two bathrooms - one wet room-style and another with an accessible bath. Windy Ridge also has an accessible garden with a patio for people to relax in when the weather is good.
The bungalow has been adapted for people with physical disabilities. Assistive technology includes track hoists and automatic doors.
Valued in your community
Windy Ridge is in a residential area in Derby. There are amenities including museums and art galleries, intu Derby Shopping Centre, two cinemas, and Derby Theatre. For people who like to stay active, Queen’s Leisure Centre provides year-round access to exercise classes, a swimming pool and a gym.
People also like to go to Nottingham for larger shops and attractions including a Cineworld cinema, Nottingham Tenpin Bowl, Nottingham Castle, Museum and Art Gallery, Green’s Windmill and Science Centre, ice skating at Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham Playhouse Theatre, and Victoria or Broadmarsh shopping centres.
Nottingham also has Nottingham University City Hospital which provides access to services for brain injury, cystic fibrosis, epilepsy and seizure disorders, speech and language therapy, and neurological rehabilitation outpatients.
Living at this service
Windy Ridge is ready to welcome a mature, social and active person aged between 40 and 50. The people we support here are two men and one woman aged between 25 and 60. They live with severe epilepsy, immobility, and limited verbal communication.
At Windy Ridge, people enjoy socialising, listening to music, watching television, and being in the community. One of the women here likes Disney, going to the cinema and swimming. One man here enjoys playing musical instruments and colouring, while another likes cars and going to the local cafes.
People choose how they spend their time. The local minibus company across the road regularly takes people into town.
“Windy Ridge is suitable for people requiring high-needs supported living. The staff team here are highly skilled and are used to supporting people with multiple physical disabilities. They work really well with the local community, and provide lots of opportunities for engagement.” Manager, Windy Ridge