Opened in 1994, Kent House offers a modern and superbly equipped setting for rehabilitation. Set in attractive landscaped grounds, it provides specialist support for 21 service users, including those aged over 65.
Accommodation comprises 16 single bedsitting rooms, each with their own bathroom and kitchen, a single-person supported living flat and four bungalows, each with bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. In addition to the main unit there is a three-bedroom supported house, Harvey Road, located just a short walk away.
All service users at Kent House have their own bedrooms which they are invited to personalise to their own tastes. Individual accommodation is complemented by spacious and well-appointed communal areas for dining and relaxation. Rehabilitation takes place in a tranquil and supportive environment, with service users enjoying access to a wide range of therapeutic and recreational facilities including brain injury awareness, social skills, memory training, cookery, music, information technology, flower arranging and gardening.
Access to the wider community forms an important part of rehabilitation. Located in the busy county town of Aylesbury, Kent House is ideally situated for social integration, and also offers many opportunities for education and vocational placements. Service users enjoy easy access to the town's shops and make extensive use of local leisure facilities, including the nearby Stoke Mandeville sports stadium.
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