Barnford View is a bright, homely and comfortable home with four double size bedrooms. The home is situated on popular, sought-after residential area of Oldbury, West Midlands, with quiet surroundings and a local park.
The home provides quality 24-hour care and support to young adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues, challenging behavior and other complex needs.
At Barnford View the staff team work extremely hard to ensure that a wide range of activities are available to residents, sessions with daily newspapers, puzzles, cooking and baking, accessing the garden, going to the gym, swimming, trampolining, music lessons, voluntary work, going to the farm, shopping, travel training, sports and many more. We are proud of the care and support we offer to people living at Barnford View. Our Staff and resident relationships are developed through a key and co-worker approach. To ensure each day is meaningful for everyone together.
The home welcomes family, friends and visitors.
Donna Campbell. Services Manager.
Below are some of the services at Barnford View
- Learning Disabilities
- Mental Health
- Challenging Behaviour
- Accommodation with Personal Care
- Services for Under 65
Life at Barnford View :
There is never a dull moment in our home! Our residents are the life and soul of Barnford View. We have excellent links with the local community. Our residents organise regular events within the Home to entertain our visitors.
Our Team is not only caring but they see people as individual’s, by respecting and maintaining their dignity and choice and celebrating their independence is what we strive for and are passionate for.
Each member of our staff play’s a key role in making Barnford View an enjoyable and pleasant home to live and work in.
We are always welcoming, warm and friendly.
Donna Campbell. Services Manager.
House Number: 0121 552 5135
Referral Enquirers: 07469737183
131 Moat Road, Oldbury,
West Midlands, B68 8EF
Specialist Residential Care
Our residential care are specialist services for young adults with Learning Disabilities complex needs and that require specialist care. Our small homes have occupancy up to 4 people with a high staff ratio. We work collaboratively with local health and social care teams to provide step down from supported living services
Our residential homes are suited for those who need to learn life and key skills in order to be able to live independently. For example, those who might need regular support with personal and social development, personal care, and other daily living activities.
Our residential services provide care teams who are tailored to meet peoples residential care and complex needs. These include gardening, baking, outings, gentle exercise, voluntary work and life-skills work. Other specialist activities such as, music therapy, sensory room, hydro-pool and aroma-therapy therapies.
Our specialist services work collaboratively with the local health and social care community in order to deliver outcome-focused, responsive, caring, safe and well-led care using clear pathways to deliver person-centred support.
My home, my support….I decide the hours and when I want it!
This service gives you the opportunity to choose you when you want to receive the support. In Building and using independence is our core value. By choosing our supported living service you will be able to live in your own home and know that the support is flexible, safe and available whenever you need it.
Short Term Care
Time for a break!
EL Marsh offers short term placements for those who are looking for a short break from their usual routine. This could be for a friend, relative or yourself.
Short term placements gives the carer time to have a break, whilst knowing that your relative, friend or patient is in a safe and comfortable environment with quality and specialist care to meet their needs. Our service manager and staff will tailor a care plan which suits you including your likes and dislikes.
Short Term care is ideal for those looking for a temporary service either following a hospital stay or an illness.
At EL Marsh our goal is to provide you with the care and support you need to get back into your routine.
Transition with EL Marsh Care
In health care, we use the term ‘transition’ to describe the process of planning, preparing and moving from children’s health care to adult health care. At EL Marsh Transition is a gradual process of change. This gradual change allows all those involved time to ensure that young person going through this change and their families are prepared to make the move to adult health care.
Majority move directly from children’s to adult services when they are aged between 17 and 18 years.
We want to make the transition as easy and smooth as possible for you and the family.
At EL Marsh we will allocate a member of staff who is responsible for tailoring a transition plan that suits you and your needs. The plan will include support and guidance for you and your family. The member of staff will support you throughout to ensure you ready to move to our adult service.
We value the role of families and we actively involve families in all aspects of the transition process