Supported accommodation, purpose-built housing In Harborne
Tel: 0121 428 4107
Queen Mother Gardens is a purpose-built property that provides very supported accommodation, with 24-hour support, for older people with a visual impairment or sight loss.
Queen Mother Gardens is based in Harborne, Birmingham, and was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1991.
Queen Mother Gardens provides supported accommodation with innovative, assistive technology to support independence including:
Route recognition aids, wide hallways, and doorways, contrasting décor and flooring, audible aids, guide rails, and markers, talking notice board, a speech guided lift, and tactile signage to assist tenants to move freely around their apartments, and the building, in safety and with ease.
- Fitted kitchen
- Large bathrooms with walk-in showers
- Spacious lounge
- Double bedroom
- Communal lounge
- Accessible lift
- Dining area
- Secure door entry system
- Laundry room
- Well maintained gardens
“During my career at a Housing Association I was based near Queen Mother Gardens, and watched it being built. I was lucky enough to get a flat here in 2002. People have come and gone over the years but the atmosphere remains warm and friendly. I love my home and enjoy living here.”
Pat, longest standing tenant at Queen Mother Gardens
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