Join the virtual tour of our Heron Court supported living service in Leith, Edinburgh!
Ahead of its opening on 10 May, Heron Court, a purpose-built supported living service in Leith, Edinburgh for up to 24 adults with autism and learning disabilities, will be holding virtual tours online on 4 May.
Located just over a mile from Edinburgh City Centre, Heron Court has 24 self-contained one-bedroom apartments. The apartments are designed to give each individual a high degree of independence.
All apartments are made up of an open-plan kitchen and living area, bedroom and bathroom with level-access shower. Heron Court also has an accessible garden for each individual to enjoy.
Once open, Heron Court will be run by Living Ambitions, which is part of the Lifeways Group, the UK’s largest team of support professionals providing support for adults in the community.
“We’re so proud of Heron Court,” said Susan Green, Heron Court’s Senior Service Manager.
“Our service is purpose-built to support 24 adults live vibrant, fulfilling lives in the community. The self-contained apartments will offer people independence, with support whenever needed.”
Join the tour:
Working or living around the Edinburgh area and interested in joining the virtual tour?
You’ll have the option to join one of two online sessions – a professional event in the morning and an event for families in the afternoon.
Email email@example.com and we’ll be in touch with the details!
Work at Heron Court:
Heron Court is also recruiting for a variety of support worker roles, including full-time and bank positions. To find out more, search our job page with the word ‘Edinburgh.’
About Living Ambitions:
Living Ambitions delivers a diverse range of bespoke services across the UK, including supported living, residential care, outreach services, respite care and support at home, with the aim of helping people live independent lives.
Living Ambitions is part of the Lifeways Group.
With 11,000 support colleagues working with us, Lifeways is the UK’s largest team of support professionals providing support for adults in the community.
Lifeways support adults with diverse and complex needs, including learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and mental health conditions.More news and events