Carrick is a large five-bedroom bungalow located in the quiet village of Playing Place a few miles south of Truro and close to the popular maritime town of Falmouth. Playing Place has good public transport links to both these towns where there are high street shops, leisure facilities and colleges. There are a number of attractions in the area, including beaches and footpaths, and many opportunities for social activities.
Playing Place has a shop, a pub, a skate park, and a large recreational area. It is close to the King Harry Ferry which provides a connection with the scenic Roseland Peninsular.
Carrick has five bedrooms, a spacious open plan lounge/diner and a separate kitchen. The house also has three shared bathrooms one of which is a wet room. At the rear of the property is a light and airy conservatory which is accessed through another lounge.
The enclosed garden at the rear of the house is mainly laid to lawn with a vegetable plot and there is a sensory garden at the side of the house.
The staff team has an on-going training programme which is designed to meet the needs of the service users within Spectrum. Training is monitored and routinely refreshed to ensure that all team members are working to the same consistently high standards and that each service user is safe, healthy and happy. All team members work to person-centred planning principles to ensure that the service users’ own aspirations and needs are understood and fulfilled.