Supported Housing

What is Supported Housing?

Supported housing provides disabled people with their own front door, independent living in their own home but on site care and support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

What is Westwood Park?

Westwood Park Supported Housing Scheme is a partnership project between Bradford Social Services and Habinteg Housing Association Ltd but was designed with disabled people. Residents continue to have a say in the way the scheme works and there is an active residents group.

Westwood Park Supported Housing scheme provides homes for 50 disabled people. There is a site estate manager employed by Habinteg Housing Association Ltd who is available 5 days a week and an onsite community support team, who provide round the clock support and help to residents.

What facilities are there at Westwood Park?

There are 44 accessible housing units including:

  • an extra care block with communal facilities and 20 one bedroom flats
  • 15 two bedroom bungalows
  • a bungalow style block with 5 one bedroom flats
  • a bungalow block with 4 one bedroom flats and staff accommodation
  • a respite care unit with 3 one bedroom flats (plus staff flat)
  • 6 two bedroom sheltered bungalows for people over 60 years of age.

The scheme is wheelchair accessible throughout, with extra wide corridors. All flats have an alarm call facility, some with remote control entry.

All flats are designed for easy installation of hoists to help with moving and handling and have space so that special equipment can be added as needed.

Communal facilities include:

  • communal lounges
  • restaurant providing freshly cooked meals daily
  • assisted bathrooms
  • shop
  • therapy room
  • guest suite
  • staff Offices, restroom and sleepover accommodation
  • laundry
  • mobility room for recharging of wheelchairs
  • dog exercise area in grounds

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