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Brooke House

Craegmoor Brooke House


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  • Learning Disabilities
  • Mental Health Conditions
  • Short Stay
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  • Respite

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Brooke House
123 Millbrook Road East
SO15 1HQ

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Key Features

  • Retain Own GP
  • Residents Can Bring Their Own Furniture
  • Telephone Point in Room
  • Independent Living Training
  • Near Public Transport
  • Mini Bus or Other Transport
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Nurse Call System
  • TV Point in Room
  • Caters For Special Diets
  • Near Shops
  • Activities and Excursions
  • Internet in own accommodation
  • Residents Garden

Resident or Visiting Professionals

  • Speech Therapist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Dietician
  • Specialist Nurses
  • Optician
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Doctor
  • Chiropodist

Brooke House is a transitional service which supports up to nine young adults with a learning disability and additional needs to develop the skills to live more independently.

At Brooke House, we support and encourage everyone to develop the skills they need to live as independently as possible. Everyone has a two-year support pathway, tailored to their individual needs, which is designed to ‘Make Independence Happen’.

We encourage people to identify their aspirations and make their own individual choices about day-to-day living as well as their educational and career goals. Everyone has the opportunity, with our support, to participate in college courses or work placements, interact with the local community and develop their social network.

Who we support

Young men and women with a primary diagnosis of a learning disability
People with additional mental health or behavioural problem

Our staff

Staffing ratio of 1:2 during the day with 1:1 support if required
Highly-experienced, NVQ-qualified  staff team
Close liaison with the community learning disability team, including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and speech and language therapists

Our service

Converted Edwardian family house in the heart of the community
9 single bedrooms and communal areas
Large garden with seating areas and BBQ equipment
Own transport for group activities


Development of independent living skills including cooking, cleaning and laundry
Wide variety of in-house social events and games, trips and outings, and community activities
Many opportunities for educational courses and paid or voluntary work placements
Everyone is encouraged to maintain and develop their social contacts within the community

Living environment

Within walking distance of Shirley and Southampton city centre, offering a wide variety of shops, services, leisure facilities and parks
Numerous local bus routes, providing easy access to the coast and the New Forest
Easy access to rail and motorway network
Several colleges close by, offering full and part time courses and holiday programmes