William Blake House
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Living at William Blake House

The residents at William Blake House are young adults with learning disabilities. We offer accommodation where the residents can live, learn and work with others in healthy social relationships based on mutual care and respect. We are inspired by the ideals of Rudolf Steiner, based on the acceptance of the spiritual uniqueness of each human being, regardless of disability or religious or racial background.

William Blake House provide excellent accommodation and facilities. Comfortable and modern, our homes are maintained to the highest standards and this ensures that our residents feel settled and relaxed in no time at all. All residents have their own private room and share general facilities such as bathrooms and kitchens. The homes are spacious with attractive gardens. Located in pleasant villages in the Northamptonshire countryside, we are close to the historic town of Towcester.

Meal times together

Residents and carers take their meals together in the houses. Some of the residents, with the help of volunteers, will have helped with growing the produce, cooking the meal or perhaps just laying the tables. The meal times can become a focus of social contact, conversation and appreciation of what each one has to offer.

Activities

We provide a wide range of daily activities to keep our residents healthy and meaningfully engaged with each other and the wider community. Click here to read about our activities.

Interested in becoming a resident?

Why not email us for more information at office@williamblakehouse.org

A photo of residents and staff

Benefits of William Blake House

  • Working with an open, approachable management team
  • Multi-cultural
  • Person centered working approach
  • Organic food
  • Rural location
  • Therapeutic living environment
  • Access to anthroposophical medical/therapy team
  • Structured day activities/workshops
  • Leisure opportunities
  • Quality accommodation