Aaron House is a residential care home in Dundonald for people with a profound learning disability.
Referrals for occupancy and respite care come from both the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust. Aaron House provides accommodation for 14 permanent residents and has two respite beds. With their own transport suitably adapted for the residents, this enables residents to have regular outings and trips.
Aaron House is managed by the Council for Social Witness (responsible for residential services) and Oaklee Housing (responsible for the building). Attached to Aaron House is an independent Day Care Unit that can meet the needs of up to nine people daily. The Home is registered with RQIA who undertake bi-annual inspections. Reports can be viewed on their website www.rqia.org.uk
High standards of quality individualised care is delivered to the residents who require assistance with all activities of daily living.
Aaron House staff work collaboratively with families and allied health professionals ensuring a person-centred approach to care planning and in the development of specific programmes of care.
Their mission statement is that ‘All People Matter to God’ and as outlined in narrative in the stories and parables in The New Testament, compassion for those with disabilities is evident.
The United Appeal assists with the funding of the Council for Social Witness, enabling the Council to support the work and Christian witness offered at this residential home.
40 Rosneath Gardens
Tel: +44 (0)28 9041 0045
Fax: +44 (0)28 9041 0408
Click here to download a leaflet about Aaron House.