378 Windsor Street in Richmond is a villa-style residential property presented by New Haven Farm Home, offering permanent residential care and accommodation for people living with a disability.
Situated in a quiet street within the suburb of Richmond, this residential property is home to five clients across two separate villa dwellings and is a bustling and vibrant community.
Clients of our New Haven Farm Home villas enjoy a busy and community-rich lifestyle with close proximity to local churches, the town centre of Richmond and other area attractions such as historic museums, buildings and the famous Pugh’s Lagoon.
The central location of this home means that our clients tend to be passionate about remaining connected to their local community through employment and day programs, as well as recreational activities and events.
As with all of the purpose-built properties of New Haven Farm Home, 378 Windsor Street is built to NDIS SDA robust criteria, with inclusivity and easy access at the forefront of their design.
THE BUILDINGS AT 378 WINDSOR ST FEATURE:
This residential property features a coastal design style internally, paired with beautifully landscaped gardens and modern amenities. All clients are proud carers for the onsite pet cat affectionally known as ‘Puss Puss.’
All clients are continually learning new skills, trying new activities, engaging in their individual hobbies and interests, as well as growing and building on their independence.
Individuals are involved in their care, the activities they would like to participate in, skills they would like to learn and their day-to-day activities. Providing support where needed, New Haven Farm Home assists clients to further their confidence to assist them in independent living and decision making.
Aside from the lifestyle support our clients gain by living within a New Haven Farm Home property, our clients are particularly committed to participating in a range of additional interests. These include recreational activities and attending events in the local area, as well as engaging in general living skills such as shopping, banking, participating in social groups and taking care of household duties.
Peter attends a reading and writing course regularly with support from staff. He enjoys weekly visits to the local library and café lunches with his housemates. On Wednesdays, Peter goes to Oasis Fitness and Aquatic Centre for a swim with his housemate Tony.