Arden Place Open Their Doors!

Following the recent Open Day at our Arden Place in Birmingham, we were delighted to welcome familiar and new faces to find out more about this modern build, supported living scheme, for adults with learning disabilities and/or Autism in their own tenancies.

Arden Place is a Bromford MyPlace Scheme with support provided by Bethphage.

With purpose built, self-contained, one-bedroom flats, communal areas including a garden, Arden Place aims to promote independence for all individuals living there.

Arden Place welcomed its first tenants in 2020, that allowed people to take their first steps into independent living safely and securely. The current 12 residents have settled into their new homes and are enjoying the independence that comes with living at Arden Place.

All individuals Arden Place are supported by Bethphage in a person-centred way to help maximize their independence. Close to local shops and healthcare facilities, Arden is in a great location, situated in the heart of the community. In addition to the support provided by Bethphage, individuals benefit from having Bromford’s Housing Enabler on site offering housing support:

Claire Parker – Bromford’s Housing Enabler said:

“It’s very rewarding to finally see the residents happy settled in their apartments.  They all get on so well and enjoy getting together in the communal areas and garden.”

Adrian Smallwood – Bethphage Service Manager for the West Midlands said:

“The feedback from everyone at Arden has been amazing but most importantly, this scheme has enabled them to become more independent and there is a real social buzz at Arden Place.”

We currently have only 2 vacancies left at Arden Place Supported Living in Birmingham and are looking to welcome more people into their new homes this year. 

If you would like more information about Arden Place

Please contact: Adrian Smallwood – or Claire Parker –

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