The White House

Our Support

At The White House, we support up to 7 adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism. We focus on empowering the people we support to develop their skills and to progress along their recovery pathway. The White House provides active support, this model offers people a carefully planned and risk managed independent pathway. The service recognises that each person has different aims and objectives they want to achieve, this may range from achieving daily living skills to total independence. The home uses a wide range of tools to ensure successful outcomes.

Our Approach 

We assign key workers on a 1:1 basis and use a person-centred approach, which enables us to:

• Understand the individuals needs and expectations
• Understand personal goals and aims
• Develop better quality of life through individual life choices

We have a commitment to ensuring individuals get the right level of care and support suited to them. Our focus is on giving people as much independence and control over their own lives. We encourage individuals to learn new skills and set goals to work towards. All care packages are regularly monitored to include any changes that can enhance each person’s health and enjoyment. The highly train staff at The White House put the people we support at the centre of everything we do and they have a positive and encouraging approach. All our staff receive continuous specialist
training that enable them to support the specific needs of the people we support.


The White House has capacity for 7 adults with large bedrooms all with en-suite wet rooms.

  • 1 x apartment style room- includes a lounge, single bedroom and en-suite bathroom
  • 6 x single bedrooms- includes an en-suite bathroom (one with a private lounge area)

There are also communal areas including kitchen, dining room, lounge and front/rear gardens. The home has a Sensory Room which consists of an amazing array of lights, colours, sounds and textures which are used together to create a stimulating or calming environment.  This facility can be used to support individuals with structured planned activities or just to relax. The home also has a lift for the people we support to access the first floor.

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Learning Disabilities and Autism
  • Capacity: 7 Adults
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Bridgend
  • General enquiries: 0333 240 7770
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