Livability Talbot Manor, in Bournemouth, Dorset, is a residential home for 12 younger adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. Residents are supported to live as independently as possible and get involved in the local community. This service also supports service users at Livability Shaftesbury Court, a supported living service.
The home supports residents to live as independently as possible. We provide an environment where individuals can grow and make choices. Residents have the opportunity to participate in individual or group activities and make their own choices wherever possible – including trips to the cinema, shows or cooking nights, to name a few.
Our residential care
Livability Talbot Manor is one of 35 registered care homes run by Livability, the disability charity that connects people with their communities.
Livability's homes in England deliver residential support and nursing care for physically or intellectually disabled people. We are committed to creating caring communities that promote inclusion and wellbeing for the people we support. We combine enabling support with a vibrant home life, and maximise opportunities for residents to enjoy a full and independent life. Livability provides modern care services, embracing new and assisted technology and adaptations.
- Keyworker system ensures personalised approach
- Enabling support which boosts independence
- Experienced and stable staff team
- Single rooms
- 4 bathrooms including sensory bath
- Large communal spaces
- Accessible garden
- Close to Bournemouth’s vibrant town centre and beaches