Fairmead House is a registered care home designed for individuals to live as independently as possible within a residential service. It is a step down service for men and women with a learning disability, autistic spectrum disorder and / or complex conditions such as mental health issues, and behaviours considered as challenging. We are also able to support individuals with a forensic history.
The unique building design provides six single person apartments and communal spaces including, lounges, dining room and laundry. Each apartment has its own lounge / diner, bedroom and ensuite and has its own front door. There is access to a large shared garden at the back of the building. The service is staffed 24 hours a day by a dedicated team of support workers and registered manager.
Fairmead House is in Kendal, situated to the South of the Lake District & six miles from junction 36 of the M6 motorway. It is located only 10 minutes walking distance to the town centre, where there is a good range of local amenities and facilities. It also is easy walking distance to the main bus station and Kendal train station, therefore providing good transport links.