Field View is a residential service for autistic adults in East Yorkshire. There are four flats and one house which provide safe, low-arousal environments. The people we support can work towards living more independently.
Residents: Eight, aged 28-55
Vacancies: One en-suite bedroom
Main building and two bungalows
Large kitchen with dining table
Extensive secluded fenced grounds
Additional outside activity room in development
Transport links: M62 and M18 motorways close by with local rail links and bus services in the day
Two house cars
Working to open up new opportunities for Sam to fulfil her potential and enjoy new experiences
Everyone who lives at Field View has a programme of leisure and learning activities. This can include activities at the house itself, in the local community or around the region - for example, learning opportunities at Goole College. We are lucky to be based in York near a lot of natural beauty as well as busy local communities, where the people we support can choose the activities that they enjoy and find the most fulfilling.
"People were treated with kindness; they were actively listened to and their choices respected. One relative said, 'There's very good support for my [relative] and I am very happy with the service. I get good feedback; they (staff) know him well.'"
Current residents are aged between 28-55 years old and are mostly non-verbal.
This placement would suit a male or female, although all other residents are male.
Refer an autistic adult to our services
Admission criteria includes: over 18 years of age, a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, and appropriate funding in place