Stroud Court Community Trust

Stroud Court Community Trust

Charity information

Stroud Court Community Trust

At Stroud Court, we are here to help every autistic adult we support live a life that's more meaningful.

Established in 1983 by a group of parents with autistic children, Stroud Court now provides year-round and life-long support for up to 39 autistic adults with severe learning disabilities and complex needs.

Working within a calm and structured environment, our aim is to improve the quality of life for every single one of our residents.

Founded 1983

  • Mission statement

    At Stroud Court, we’re here to help every autistic adult in our care live a life that’s more meaningful.

    While it’s a simple goal, improving quality of life for autistic adults requires consideration, compassion, and commitment.

    We start with the individual.

    We appreciate each one of our residents as the unique and amazing people they are.

    We accept and respect their vulnerabilities so we can provide them with the kind of care that’s just right for them.

    We create a physical environment—rooms, buildings, outdoor spaces—that is specifically designed to liberate them from the stress and anxiety they experience.

    We introduce activities and experiences that may lead to greater interaction, learning, independence, and enjoyment.

    We assemble a community of doctors, therapists, autism experts, support workers, family members and friends who pull together to support them.

    We use our knowledge and experience to improve our residents’ lives with kindness and compassion, in ways big and small, every day.

  • Aims

    Stroud Court Community Trust aims to:

    • To help each resident achieve a level of independence unattainable in an alternative setting.
    • To provide the highest quality evidence based, autism specific residential care, support and facilities.
    • To give every residents a voice, in what ever form that may take so that they may be understood and heard.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1983

    Registered Charity Number: 1029448

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 46

    Part time staff: 40

    Phone number: 01453 834020

    Address: Stroud Court Community TrustLongfordsMinchinhamptonGloucestershire GL6 9AN

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