Learning disability care home in Derbyshire. Downs Syndrome and autistic individuals.

Just as the nature of learning disability varies widely between each individual, so too does the support we provide at Beechwood House. We understand that communication above all else is key, taking time to listen to those who struggle to be heard. That knowledge of what makes someone tick – as well as what they don’t like – gives us the best possible platform from which to help individuals attain greater control over their lives. We support individuals with a range of learning disabilities such as autism, ADHD, PMLD and people with Downs Syndrome.

At our learning disability care home, you can have as little or as much care as you require depending on your preferences. The choice is always yours. Our ultimate goal is to help people with varying degrees of learning disability to enjoy more autonomy over their lives through making use of the client-centred resources we provide at Beechwood House. For further enquiries regarding our learning disability care home, get in touch with us.

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The Beechwood House Vision

Care, comfort, compassion and credibility lies at the heart of the care that we provide at our learning disability care home. We seek to create a space in which residents are free to access as little or as much residential care as they need. Beechwood House, the site of our learning disability care home, is a beautiful building constructed in 1887, sitting a few miles from the idyllic Peak District National Park. With this peaceful setting paired with our person-centred, ever-evolving residential care plan we seek to make residents feel truly at home in a happy and engaging environment.