94 Reserve Road is New Haven Farm Home’s original residential property that offers permanent residential care and accommodation for people living with a disability.
Nestled on approximately 14 hectares of rural land, 94 Reserve Road is an ideal location for clients who prefer a more secluded and peaceful home within a country setting. Surrounded by native trees and bushland, 94 Reserve Road is home to three modern villas and two cottages, all built to NDIS SDA robust criteria with inclusivity and easy access at the forefront of their design.
Clients of 94 Reserve Road can access the onsite hydrotherapy facilities, BBQ, recreation area and tranquil landscaped gardens.
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With landscaped gardens, 94 Reserve Road has been purposely developed with its clients in mind.
Many of the clients enjoy the opportunity to master daily living skills such as cooking, laundering their own clothes, cleaning their own rooms and working together with their housemates to care for shared living areas such as kitchens and lounge rooms. In addition, clients are encouraged to tackle challenges such as managing financial matters, caring for animals and gardens as well as potentially learning a new instrument or hobby, providing areas for self growth and development.
While 94 Reserve Road provides a quiet country environment for its clients, it is located closely to the Windsor and Richmond town centres. Clients can easily access the local townships on a regular basis as a part of their person-centred program, participating in leisure and recreational activities, employment, day programs and regular outings such as shopping and banking.
Another sought-after program available at 94 Reserve Road is our animal husbandry program for clients who have an interest in animals and being involved in their care. Individuals are supported to learn and develop their skills as they help to feed and care for the horse, cattle and chickens that are part of 94 Reserve Road family.
Ian has been at Reserve Road in supported living accommodation for more than 60 years now, and yet he is still learning and trying new things. Ian has been attending his social program ‘Flourish in Penrith’, where he enjoys arts and crafts, bingo, and animal therapy. At home, Ian is always mindful and courteous of staff and his housemates.
Ian has been regularly walking around the property to keep up his mobility and vitamin D. At home, Ian cooks up a bread-and-butter pudding just like his Mum used to. Ian made a huge change, moving from Villa Three to Villa One, where he is thriving and seems happier with his surrounds, showing that no matter what age, change can be a great thing.