Located in the rural village of Headley Down, White Lodge is a detached bungalow providing four single bedrooms for adults with profound learning disabilities, and is adapted to suit those requiring wheelchairs.
“what a lovely atmosphere… friendly and courteous staff”
Equipment, facilities and staff training is geared toward meeting high levels of physical dependency, with an emphasis on providing a personalised, caring service within a comfortable, homely environment where service users flourish and lead fulfilling lives.
“fantastic home, very happy service users ‐ would highly recommend!”
The home boasts a large conservatory and summer house, and service users can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the patio garden whilst listening to birdsong and the gently trickling water feature.
With ample on‐site parking and access to a fleet of suitably adapted company vehicles, service users are encouraged to participate within a variety of leisure pursuits and community events.
Numerous beauty spots are within easy reach of the village of Headley Down, including The Devil’s Punchbowl, Waggoners Wells and miles of National Trust land at Frensham Ponds and Ludshott Common.
The latter site being a designated Protection Area due to the surviving number of endangered bird, spider and butterfly species.
Lady Diana Spencer’s first job (age 17) was as Nanny to the Whitaker family of the Land of Nod in Headley Down.