Paradise is a Trauma informed attachment focused home for adults aged 18 years to 65 years with a learning disability and associated syndromes. Paradise is set in the Cotswold countryside and comprises of four homes with each resident living within a small home. The  community setting at Paradise enables residents to lead active and fulfilling lives and encourages them to participate in creative projects; utilise communal facilities on site; and engage in hobbies and amenities in the nearby towns and cities. Residents are actively encouraged to contribute to the security and stability of the community, thus prompting their potential to generate feelings of self-worth and gain a sense of community spirit.

“People were supported sensitively with an emphasis on promoting their rights to privacy, dignity, choice and independence.” Care Quality Commission 2016

The Community provides a homely and caring environment and favours an integrated approach which builds self-esteem, confidence, social competence, personal development and independence for each individual according to their own needs and abilities. A strong sense of being part of the community is encouraged for everyone living and working at Paradise House.

“The service was responsive to people’s needs. Care plans were person centred to provide consistent, high quality care and support” Care Quality Commission 2016

Elaine Keen
Head of Care for Adults & Registered Manager for Paradise House