In Stallingborough, a village in north-east Lincolnshire near Grimsby, there are 2 registered services – The Old Vicarage and Vicarage Lodge.
The Old Vicarage
The Old Vicarage is registered for 14 individuals: the original house is home to 11 individuals, with 3 Mews Cottages in the grounds.
The Old Vicarage is two separate but connected self-contained homes. The ground floor is home to 5 individuals with additional complex physical needs and the first floor is home to 6 individuals with a range of complexities including mental health needs.
The Mews Cottages are a pathway service for 3 complex individuals who benefit from living more independently, with varying levels of support. Each property has its own kitchen/living room, bedroom and bathroom.
Vicarage Lodge is registered for 3 individuals and has been specifically designed for those with PMLD who use wheelchairs. Whilst it has integrated state of the art tracking systems and is a very personalised environment, it is also extremely homely and non clinical.
The activity centre and sensory room are housed in a separate building.