Homelands Trust-Fife SCIO (SC047615) is an independent Scottish charity, set up in 1998 to carry out the wishes of Miss Isobel Paxton of Lundin Links. She bequeathed her estate, “Homelands”, to charity to establish and maintain a facility to enable people affected by a range of disabling conditions to have a holiday or a break from living daily with a disability, long-term condition or life-limiting illness. There are four self-catering cottages set amidst trees, and with magnificent views over Lundin Golf Course across the Firth of Forth to the Lothians. There is also drop-in centre, known as the Paxton Centre in memory of Miss Paxton. It has five therapy/ general purpose rooms, a kitchen area, open plan reception, disabled toilet facilities, and a handyman’s/ gardener’s storage area.
Self-catering cottages with level entry, large porch for charging scooter, ceiling hoists, wet floor shower, second separate accessible toilet, Clos-o-Mats in 2 cottages, profiling bed(s), pressure relief mattress(es), wheeled shower chair(s), shower trolley, riser/ recliner(s), portable induction loop, TV hearing system for hearing aid and non hearing aid users, vibro smoke alarm, flashing door bell - and more.
There is a ceiling tracking hoist in each wet room. There is a Clos-o-Mat in the wet room in 2 of the 4 cottages. The toilet in each wet room is left side transfer. There ia a second, accessible toilet in each cottage with a right side transfer but no ceiling hoist. The Paxton Centre also has an accessible toilet on each floor. There is an Oxford Advance mobile hoist and an Oxford Journey stand aid plus an Etac turner for transfers.
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The venue says it has...
- Accessible Format
- Dedicated Seating
- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
- Large Print
- Disabled Parking
- Overnight Accommodation
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