Fenton Lodge



Fenton Lodge (front)

Fenton Lodge is a 3 bedded bungalow for people with learning disabilities, which can include autism.  

The people who live at Fenton Lodge are encouraged to have respect for each others feelings and possessions and to support each other while also maintaining individual lifestyle choices. Residents are encouraged to develop self help and independent living skills.
 
The home has a team of enthusiastic and experienced staff who are facilitating individual life choices and helping overcome behavioural issues to promote fulfilling and happy lives. The staff team are lead by a dedicated and experienced manager and all staff participate in a continuing training programme. 
 
Fenton Lodge is a large bungalow in the residential area of Ash Green, near Aldershot which enjoys both many local amenities and all the facilities of Guildford and Aldershot. The house has a large enclosed garden and has a patio area for sitting out in warm weather. There is also a house car which is available for residents use each day.   The house is wheelchair accessible and benefits from such modifications as an accessible shower room and walk in bath. 
 
Service Users are supported to access a variety of different activities including day centre, adult education classes and social clubs. Just Homes also has its own day activities support. Just Homes also encourages inter-house socialising through regular parties and events such as bowling competitions, sports days and picnics. Service users are encouraged and supported to maintain relationships with family and friends by both visiting them and inviting them to Fenton Lodge. 
 
Fenton Lodge is one of a group of six homes run by Just Homes and can draw on the vast store of experience and expertise of qualified learning disability managers, who meet regularly to support each other, share and discuss and advise on problems. This regular meeting also promotes and facilitates regular social gatherings, functions and inter-house socialising. When possible Just Homes staff work in other homes to improve their skills and experience of a wider client group.
 
 

Range of support:

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Physical Disability Support
  • Mental Health Support
  • Dementia Support
  • Sensory Impairment
  • Epilepsy Support
  • Management of Diabetes Support
  • Multiple Diagnoses