Terry Yorath House, Leeds
Terry Yorath House is a single storey, purpose built home, providing residential and respite care and support for people aged between 18 – 65 who have physical and/or learning disabilities. A committed and appropriately trained staff team provide support 24-hours per day.
Each person who uses the service has a personal development plan - an individually tailored programme, which enables people to ensure that their choices are recorded and carried out according to their wishes and needs.
To provide a high quality service based on the needs and wishes of each individual, with particular emphasis on promoting independence and encouraging choice. We offer this within a caring, safe and homely environment.
To encourage as full and active a lifestyle as possible and support each person to develop social and living skills to enable them to play as full a part in the local community as they wish.
To enable each person to achieve as high a level of personal fulfilment as possible.
- 24-hour care and support for people with physical and/or learning disabilities
- Purpose-built, single storey home with twelve single occupancy bedrooms
- Situated in the residential area of Roundhay, Leeds
- Two rooms available for respite
- Activity room for hire
There are two rooms within the home to accommodate guests on a respite basis. These are available on referral by a care manager or by self-referral. For further information or to arrange a visit, please contact the service manager at the address on the contact page.
A competent, caring and committed staff team is available to meet the needs of those who use our services. Training and development of staff is a key priority for us to ensure service delivery is of the highest standard.
Terry Yorath House, like all Saint John of God Hospitaller Services, is led by the people who use its services and individuals are encouraged to play a central part in the running of the service.