CQC Rating: Inadequate
Last Inspected: 05 December 2017
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The Old Vicarage is a single site core and cluster facility and is located in the village of Ollerton in Nottinghamshire, an area steeped in the legend of Robin Hood.
People living at The Old Vicarage, Ollerton have access to a wide variety of places of interest, from the Mediaeval Open Field Farming Centre in Laxton, “Going Ape” at Sherwood Pines Forest Park and Rufford Abbey to Amen Corner Karting and enjoying the delights of the Robin Hood Festival in August of every year.
The site comprises:
- A six bedroom main house
- Two 3 bedroomed apartments
- A 2 bed cottage
In addition to the buildings there is in excess of an acre of land. Within the grounds are a sunken trampoline, a sensory garden, BBQ facilities and considerable external seating areas.
As with all Creative Care Homes, The Old Vicarage has “chill out” rooms and a Snoezelen (sensory) rooms in each area.
Service users living on site are young adults, all of whom have a diagnosis of ASD/ADHD, with moderate to severe learning disability and additional severe and complex challenges.
The Registered Manager is NVQ5 qualified, is an Accredited SCIP(UK) Trainer and has a wealth of experience in working with people who demonstrate complex challenges.
Staffing levels provided are 1:1 with a proportion of service users requiring additional 2:1 support.
Julie Brandon-Smith (Registered Manager)
Tel: 01623 824689
The Old Vicarage