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Beaumont Place

Beaumont Place

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Information on Beaumont Place, an extra care housing scheme for adults with learning disabilities

Welcome to this information on Beaumont Place. We hope that you find the information useful.

What is Beaumont Place?

Beaumont place is an extra care housing scheme and has 25 apartments for adults with learning disabilities. Beaumont Place is a disabled friendly building which comprises of four floors each with lift access.

What facilities are there?

  • Man standing near pictures of elvis in his accommodationEach apartment has an individual bedroom, lounge area, self contained kitchen and bathroom. You may decorate and furnish your apartment how you want.
  • The whole scheme is adapted for the use of assistive technology to enable individuals to develop independent living skills and to ensure people are safe within their own apartment.
  • The scheme is protected by 24 hour CCTV and hi-tech door entry systems.
  • Each apartment has its own kitchen and individuals will be supported to make meals should they require assistance. Monday to Friday an evening meal will be provided in the restaurant area. Saturday lunch is provided and Sunday a roast dinner is provided in the restaurant area.
  • Beaumont place is set within its owns grounds with landscape gardens, parking facilities and patio areas for use by individuals and their relatives.
  • We have other communal areas for you to relax in, entertain guests and socialise.

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What happens when people move into Beaumont Place?

Individuals are allocated a key worker and a tailored support package to support them in their daily living. They will help with such things as:

  • Going to appointments
  • Doing activities
  • Attending other Learning Disability Services
  • Going to work placements
  • Keeping in touch with family
  • Attending Education Courses
  • Managing Finances
  • Developing skills for daily living
  • Supporting individuals to live independently

Who will provide my care?

Beaumont Place has a Registered Manager. All Support Workers are Police checked (CRB) and have or are working towards a NVQ qualification. Staff are also provided with an extensive training and development programme which includes health and safety; Supporting People; Person Centred Planning and any specific training around health needs.

What does it cost?

New Charter Housing Trust Link to External Website own and manage Beaumont Place. Rent and service charges are paid to New Charter. We will review individual financial situations to ensure charges are fair based on individual income.

Care and Support to the individual will be provided by Tameside Learning Disability Service. A charge will be made for this service based on the individuals financial situation.

What about your personal money?

The manager and staff at Beaumont Place can support individuals to manage their money. Families can also support individuals with managing money if you want. Appointeeship is available should the individual require this service.

What about medication?

The support staff will assist the individual with the management and administration of medication. Assistive technologies are available to enable people to develop the skills needed to self administer.

When can relatives/carers visit?Father and Son reading information on Beaurmont Place

They are welcome any time that is reasonable to the individual. Individuals can receive guests in their own apartment or in one of the communal areas on the ground floor.

Do people have a say in the running of the scheme?

  • We have a meeting every four weeks to discuss issues about the scheme.
  • Individuals can have access to advocates when required.
  • We ask parents and carers about our service with Customer Satisfaction Survey every year and also via a Carers' Forum held quarterly.

Will people be able to use other Learning Disability services?

Yes. Staff from the Learning Disability Service will have talked with you about what other services meet your needs. We will ensure that you receive a service that is tailored around your individual needs that is person centred.

We review your care regular to ensure services still meet your needs.

What standards does Beaumont Place have to meet?

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) Link to External Website inspects the service regularly. Inspection reports are available on the CSCI website and at Beaumont Place.

Where do I find out more?

For more information including if any vacancies at Beaumont Place you need to contact Adult Assessment and Customer Care Team who will discuss the individuals eligibility to access the scheme.

What if you have a complaint, suggestion or compliment?

Tameside Adult Services is committed to providing quality services. We need to hear from you if you have a complaint, suggestion or compliment about the service you receive.

Safeguarding Adults

If you are being abused or suspect that somebody you know is being abused in any way, please do not ignore it. You can report your concerns or worries by contacting the Safeguarding Adults Team.

You do not have to give your name and any information will be treated confidentially. We will always respect the wishes and feelings of the person at risk of abuse.

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Tameside Adult Services
Stalybridge Resource Centre
Waterloo Road
SK15 2AU
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0161 342 2400
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0161 342 2460
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Page last updated: 7 October 2014