Jean Marshall House

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About the Property

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Jean Marshall House is situated in a residential area of Hove close to the seafront and local shops.

There are 8 single en-suite rooms for young men and women aged 24+, several communal areas and large patio and courtyard garden for recreation. The service offers Supported Living for those individuals ready to take such a step towards independence.

Ms Kerry Robinson, Registered Support Manager, together with her team of Support Workers ensure the tenants of Jean Marshall House receive the same high standard of support and achieve the best possible outcomes for the individual concerned.

Facilities

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  • Comfortable rooms and living areas
  • Individual Care Support Programmes
  • Life skills sessions with reviews held annually
  • Support for learning of college courses
  • Dedicated teachers with lessons at Outlook House  if tenants choose to attend
  • Close to local amenities, including public transport

Tenants Specification

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Individuals accessing the service will be diagnosed with a developmental or learning disability, defined as 'a significantly reduced ability to understand new or complex information (intellectual impairment), or to learn new skills, together with a reduced ability to cope independently (impaired social functioning) which started before adulthood having a lasting effect on personal development'.

Improved or sustained level of independence in core skills within and acceptable level of staff support. Priority core skills are:

  • The ability to get along with others.
  • To be able to follow personal programmes.
  • To be aware of personal hygiene and appearance.
  • Have the ability to keep their accommodation clean and tidy.
  • Be able to participate in chores.
  • Attend college courses and work placements, etc.

Location

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Jean Marshall House
Wilbury Avenue
Hove
Sussex
BN3 6HS