Home to 43 residents who live alongside co-workers and support staff, Camphill Blair Drummond provides a warm, friendly and safe living environment for adults with learning disabilities.
We are proud of our unique, family community where residents can live independently and in privacy whilst enjoying the support, companionship and friendship of others. Regardless of age, background, nationality or ability, everyone is treated with dignity and respect.
Living and working together develops life skills which allow each member of our family to grow in confidence, developing empathy and understanding for one another and forming long-lasting bonds.
Co-workers and support staff bring humour, vibrancy and fun to daily life, encouraging close and supportive relationships that make Camphill Blair Drummond truly feel like home.
Situated within the grounds of Blair Drummond House, a 19th Century Baronial Mansion are 7 houses Amber, Garden, Sycamore, Clock House, Linden, Redwood and Rowan.
Four of our houses are purpose built state of the art homes, while Linden, Clock House and Amber have all been refurbished with modern fully equipped kitchens, social areas, bedrooms and bathrooms. From the outside the houses are certainly striking. The design creates a perfect balance, achieving the need for modern accommodation whilst complementing the existing historic surroundings and rural setting.
The focus, however, is very much on the needs of our residents. Offering a warm homeliness, these houses help segregate work from relaxation and, with carefully widened and adapted front and back doors, provide easy access and a place for muddy boots. The new houses are light, spacious and airy. The interior furnishings and decorations make use of some of the produce from our own workshops, such as paintings and pottery, paired with bright colours and a variety of textures. The final result is a home that is perfect for family life; somewhere our residents can be proud of and enjoy together.
Click on the ‘Welcome titles’ below to see photos and information about each House.
To find out more about our residential care services and activities for adults with learning disabilities contact Jason Glass on 01786 841573 or email: email@example.com
Camphill Blair Drummond: Residential care services for adults with severe learning disabilities in a home-from-home environment.
Welcome to Amber HouseAmber is a small bright house situated on the ground floor next door to the Bakery. In Amber we have six residents. We enjoy a range of activities which include football, shopping, theatre trips and massages. Recently we have had a bright new kitchen fitted where we all help cook delicious meals. We have a varied menu which includes Korean, German, Hungarian as well as British food. During the winter we enjoy tasty soups and bread from our bakery. In the summer we have salads made with vegetables grown in our gardens.
Welcome to ClockhouseClock House has been refurbished to the same high standards as our purpose built homes and was re-opened in December 2015. In our spare time some of us practice yoga, swim or take part in drama classes. We have also shared some wonderful trips together which have included Glen Coe, Loch Lomond, Loch Katrine, Loch Venachar, Kelvingrove Museum and the Riverside Transport Museum.
Welcome to Garden HouseHaving opened in August 2013 Garden House is now an established part of Camphill Blair Drummond.Garden House is home to six residents. It is a fun and vibrant setting. We enjoy Ten Pin Bowling and during the Summer months you will find us out in the garden playing football, basketball or tumbling down our water slide whilst feasting on our well known BBQ. During the Winter months we enjoy nothing more than snuggling up in front of our fire with a nice cup of tea and a group story.
Welcome to Linden HouseLinden House has recently been refurbished to the same high standards as our purpose built homes and was re-opened in March 2017. Linden is home to seven residents. We each have en-suite rooms and a choice of social areas. Cycling, walking, sight-seeing, ten-pin bowling and going to the cinema are among our favourite weekend activities. We usually have an annual summer holiday together and nothing beats a barbecue in the courtyard with good friends and excellent food!
Welcome to RedwoodHaving opened in 2015 Redwood is now an established part of Camphill Blair Drummond. We love our new house as it's very colourful and we especially like having our own en-suite bathrooms. In Redwood we enjoy going to the cinema and out for meals, shopping trips and playing on the new activity play area in our community.
Welcome to RowanRowan opened in 2015 and is now an established part of Camphill Blair Drummond In Rowan we have 6 residents. Everybody helps out in the house with cooking and household activities. It is also lovely to relax together, listen to music or play instruments. At weekends we enjoy the countryside or going out shopping. Our house is very nice and colourful.
Welcome to Sycamore HouseSycamore is a modern, state of the art purpose built house opening in 2013. We have been living in Sycamore House for four years now and we all really enjoying everything about it, especially our en-suite bathrooms. During the Summer months we are able to enjoy quite a lot of meals sat outside on our patio area. Because we like to show off our House so much, we have a lot of guests who join us for meals and it is always nice to be able to let people see how relaxed we are in Sycamore.
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- “I have been very lucky to see the new workshops and houses become a reality. It has been talked about for a long time and it is great to see it happen. There has been quite a bit of upheaval along the way and the residents have coped with it brilliantly. However it has all been worthwhile and you just have to pop into Sycamore or Garden House to see that the residents think so too.” (Irene McLaren, Amber House Leader)