13 St John’s Road
Tel: 01792 842711
Manager: Jemma Clarke
Glynderwen provides support to adults aged 18-65 years, who have learning difficulties, autism, challenging behaviour, bipolar disorder, epilepsy and other complex needs.
Glynderwen is a Victorian property close to the main high street in the village of Clydach and can be easily reached from Junction 45 of the M4. Local shops can be found in the village itself, while the city of Swansea is just 20 minutes’ drive away.
The home has a communal lounge, activity room, dining room and sensory room, in addition to a rear garden with a patio area, flower borders and lawn. The home consists of eight large bedrooms spread over two floors, four of which have ensuite bathrooms. Two bathrooms, two shower rooms and six toilets are available for communal use, both on the ground and first floor.
Also located in the grounds is a separate annex, called the Coach House, which also has its own area of the garden. The building provides accommodation for two individuals in self-contained one bedroom flats and is ideal for those who are currently in transition.
Residents are able to take part in many activities within the home, such as fitness, arts & crafts, I.T., therapeutic sessions, games (both indoor and outdoor) and gardening. They can also access a wide range of activities in the community, including going shopping, attending college, going to the cinema, attending concerts, going to social clubs in the local area and use of the company’s purpose built activity centre in Swansea. The home provides two vehicles which enable service users to take part in activities outside the home, attend appointments or visit family.