At Jane Percy House we seek to provide an environment that encourages personal development, confidence and independence, and service users are encouraged to become involved in a wide range of social, vocational and recreational activities.

We offer a person-centred approach to support and service users are encouraged to take part in a wide range of educational and recreational activities including cooking, arts and crafts, exercise, laundry, personal safety, financial management and IT. Service users can also take part in a number of therapeutic activities, both on and off site.

Activities and environment

At Jane Percy House we also have a CardioWall installed that can be used by people of all abilities, to challenge users both physically and mentally through a range of interactive games and programmes. We actively promote the involvement of families, and seek to involve service users in every decision that affects their lives, as well as offering support, education and continuing help to their families, carers and friends.

service user and support worker outside the grounds of Jane Percy House

At Jane Percy House, we believe that each service user should have an individual programme which outlines how independent living skills can be developed or maintained. The programme covers a wide range of activities including cooking, gardening, shopping, laundry, personal safety, financial management and IT and forms an integral part of the service users support plan.

There is choice to participate in prearranged activities or pursue personal interests, with support from staff. Service users are also able to take part in a number of therapeutic activities, both on and off site, including hydrotherapy, aromatherapy and massage.

Fully furnished to a high specification, Jane Percy House has many communal areas including a dining room, comfortable lounges and a licensed bar and function room, which is often used for parties and discos, to which service users invite families and guests. We are especially proud of our award winning gardens, with seating and raised flower beds which service users can enjoy.

There is also an activity room equipped with IT facilities, and lap tops are available on request. Meals are available in the main dining room, with a wide choice of menu and special diets. Sky television is available in the function room. We also have monthly service user meeting where people can feedback about the service, as well as discuss future plans and activities at Jane Percy House.