Westholme is a three floor terraced house located in Stanley, County Durham and provides residential care for adults with mental health and learning disabilities, including challenging behaviour. The home can accommodate for up to seven adults, either male or female.
The accommodation at Westholme consists of 7 bedrooms with one shared bathroom, one walk in shower room and separate toilet. There is a warm and welcoming lounge, a spacious dining room and a large communal kitchen. The front lounge at Westholme has a superb view across the open countryside.
To the side of the house there is a very pleasant gravelled area and a yard at the back which can be enjoyed in the warm weather. The garden is designed to be relatively low maintenance and residents of the house are welcome to try their hand at gardening or organising the layout.
Due to the layout of the property, there are no accessible rooms at Westholme for people with mobility issues.
Westholme is situated in a residential street in Stanley and within a five minute walk to the town centre. Stanley bus interchange is only a few minutes away and there are frequent buses to the nearby cities of Newcastle, Durham and Sunderland. The town’s main shopping area, Front Street, is pedestrionised and houses independent shops alongside large chains. There are also a couple of large supermarkets and a market is held in the centre of town every Thursday and Saturday.
Residents at Westholme may require support for personal care. All residents have a personalised care plan which staff will work through. The plan contains information about the resident’s current abilities and also contains goals that they can work towards with the help of the staff team, with the aim of them becoming as independent as possible.
The staff team at Westholme is made up of a Registered Manager, Team Leader, Senior Support Workers, and Support Workers. All staff are adequately trained and fully qualified to fulfil their role within the home.
Address: 61 Station Road, Stanley, County Durham, DH9 0JP
Tel: 01207 233 386