Oakfield Lane
NG20 0JE


Residential Care

Our three bungalows, Aspen, Rowan and Cherry, provide a home and respite care for adults with learning disabilities and are situated within the Oaklands Complex, in the community of Warsop.

Warsop is a busy town approximately 7 miles from the town of Mansfield and yet only minutes away from our beautiful countryside.

We are within easy walking distance from the centre of Warsop where you can find all the local amenities. A bus route is only yards from the bungalows, and we also have our own large minibus, which seats 14 people.

All 3 bungalows are registered with the Commission for Social Care Inspection and have contracts with Notts County Council.

Cherry Villa - This bungalow was built in 1986 and has just undergone a full refurbishment. Cherry Villa has 5 bedrooms for short term and long term respite care.
Aspen Villa and Rowan Villa - Aspen Villa is our newest bungalow, opened in January 2009. Aspen Villa has 7 bedrooms and supports independent living wherever possible. Rowan Villa bungalow was completed in 1989 and has 8 bedrooms.
Both units provide 24 hour cover by the staff team which consists of the Residential Manager, two Deputy Managers, Funding/Office Manager, Senior Support Workers, Support Workers and Bank Support Workers.

Aims and Objectives
The residential units provide and maintain a family home for the residents in our care.
Our aim is to help each individual to develop to become a valued member of their community through gaining competence in the following areas: physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and spiritually. This is achieved by sensitive recognition and nurturing the potential in each individual.

Staff are responsible for the needs and requirements of each individual; each resident is assigned their own individual keyworker. All residents have an input in the choice matters regarding food preferences, bedtime, dress and the day to day running of their home as well as individual choice in decoration and furnishing of their rooms. It is the policy of the residential units to promote self advocacy, enabling them to take control of their life giving self respect and motivation. Our aims are to achieve maximum independence whilst offering the highest level of care covering physical, emotional and recreational needs.

For respite care enquiries contact
Brenda Bird, Registered Residential Manager, Cheryl Nattriss and Dave Wint, Deputy Managers 01623 842080

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