Rosedon House

A residential facility for adults with CP who are unable to live independently or with their families.

Rosedon house offers a safe, independent supervised living environment where each resident has their own room but is cared for by caregivers who are able to assist them in areas of difficulty.

Rosedon House is a residential facility providing supervised living for adults with cerebral palsy, who are no longer able to live independently or be cared for by their families.

Accommodation is provided in a secure environment adapted to the special physical needs of the residents like adaptations to bedrooms and bathrooms. In addition, residents are provided with a supervised nutritional diet and specialised transport to public health facilities.

Supervised living provides 24-hour care with an individual care plan for each resident depending on their functional ability. Some residents require total care which includes feeding, bathing, grooming and transferring between their beds and wheelchairs, while other residents who have higher levels of functioning are working either in a protective workshop or in the open labour market and require much less assistance.

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