Amy Johnson House opened in 2019, the building in the heart of Hull city centre has been transformed into an 18 bedded enhanced supported living accommodation across 3 floors. Our dedicated team provide 24-hour support for male and female residents aged 18+.
As with all of our services, our residents benefit from ‘The Northern Healthcare model of enhanced supported living’, with 24/7 support onsite and clinical input from a Registered Mental Health Nurse and Occupational Therapist.Make an enquiry
At Amy Johnson House our residents are in the heart of Hull. We have excellent access to local amenities with shops, museums, entertainment venues and local health services all within walking distance. We are also only a 1-minute walk from the beautiful ‘Queen’s Gardens’ green space, and only a short walk to local transport links.
As we are excellently located, we are able to provide an array of community-based activities and we have formed excellent partnerships with local businesses and charities who support our service and our residents. We work with our residents and the local community to offer work placements or volunteering opportunities.
We encourage our residents to be actively involved in our monthly residents’ meeting, where our team and our residents come together to share feedback and new ideas.
I am supported by a multi-disciplinary team which includes a Registered Mental Health Nurse, an Occupational Therapist and Support Workers. All residents are supported 24-hours by our dedicated team. Our residents also benefit from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy sessions.
People's views and decisions about care were incorporated in their care plans. This helped staff to support people in a way that allowed people to have control over their lives. People told us, "I would recommend this service to other people. Staff help me with [name of activity] and help to keep me focused." (CQC Report 2021)
Northern Healthcare have now opened a new service in Hull city centre, providing enhanced supported living accommodation for people with mental health problems, autism, brain injury and learning disabilities. Amy Johnson House can accommodate up to 18 people in single…