Lyttleton Road

Lyttleton Road in Northampton provides supported living services to people with ASD, learning disabilities, mental health issues and ABI for people aged 18 or over.

Contact us

To access support from Lyttleton Road, you will usually need to be referred through your social worker or the Brokerage Team at West Northamptonshire Council.

Lyttleton Road is situated about half a mile for the railway station and Town Centre, close to Victoria Park in the Spencer area of Northampton.

How we can help 

We provide support for people who require help with daily living, including assistance to manage home and domestic chores, cooking, budgeting and meal planning, as well as accessing the community.

Each person has an allocated key worker who will work alongside them to develop a support plan that will help them to achieve their goals and aspirations. We focus on individual strengths and highlight areas that we can help them to develop. We will actively ask your choices and preferences in how your support will be delivered whilst protecting your right to privacy and respecting your decisions. Equality and diversity are important to us and we work to make sure everyone feels heard and included.

We will help you to maintain your health and wellbeing, develop life skills and to get the most out of life.

Accommodation

Lyttleton Roadd supports up to ten people in their own accommodation in self-contained flats. Each flat is furnished, with a bed, sofa, dining table with chairs, fridge, cooker, and washing machine. People are encouraged and supported to make their home comfortable and inviting.

At Lyttleton Road there is a shared lounge and garden which can be accessed if people want to spend time with others who live there and we hold regular themed nights including movie and video game nights.

Nearby there are plenty of shops as well as pubs, cafes and entertainment venues and we are more than happy to support people to access their local community.

Meet the manager

Hello, my name is Iain and I am the manager at Lyttleton Road.

I started working in social care as a residential social worker in the late 1980s and have a wealth of management experience across a wide range of adult social care services and I can honestly say the support we deliver at Lyttleton Road is one of the proudest achievements in my career. I continue to be amazed at what people can achieve when they have the opportunity to thrive and develop.

We like to look beyond any formal diagnosis and see the potential to achieve a better life in everyone we support. We work with each person to help them to achieve the goals and aspirations that they have and work together to help get there.

Our team of dedicated support workers really try to get to know the people we support and in doing so can offer the right support at the right time at the right level.

Our support is outcome focused meaning we can demonstrate real progress in helping people achieve their dreams.