Residential Living Care Service in Wiltshire

Bobbins is a residential service for adults with learning or physical disabilities. We encourage richer lives, personal development and community integration. We’re committed to helping every person we support feel safe, happy, empowered enabling them to live the best life possible.

Capacity up to 6

Residential Care

All Genders


At Bobbins we care for adults with physical or learning disabilities.

This service is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Click here to view our latest report & rating.

Situated in Swindon, Wiltshire we’re a residential service providing support for adults of all genders with learning or physical disabilities. At Bobbins we treat each resident as an individual, listening to their wants and needs so we can tailor a package of care alongside a warm and nurturing environment which reflects our residents wishes.

Supported by a highly trained staff team, people are encouraged to strive towards autonomy over their own life, to make their own choices, develop their own interests, do things for themselves and become a valuable part of their local community. Located within easy reach of local amenities, people are encouraged to access external activities, community support teams and develop useful links with education providers, employers and other local services.

We understand that all the people we support have different needs, so alongside their key workers, families, and medical professionals we ensure that the support we provide is bespoke in every detail. Each person has a comprehensive support plan which covers every aspect of their care and support, taking in to account any concerns and issues that may arise and ensuring all needs and requirements are met enabling them to live the very best life possible.

Our wonderful team understand that a holistic approach is necessary to ensure that those in our care are safe, happy, and healthy. We promote and fulfil the company values of being caring, honest, pro-active, and empowering for those we support.

Conditions we support, but are not limited to:

  • Epilepsy
  • Autism
  • Challenging Behaviour
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Learning Disability
  • Worster-Drought Syndrome

6 bedrooms

At Bobbins we can provide specialist, holistic care and support for up to 6 residents at any one time.

3 Separate washrooms

Our facilities are equipped with the latest equipment which enable users of all abilities and mobilities to make use of them.

Communal living space

Our communal living space is where our residents come together for activities and to interact in a community setting.

Therapy kitchen

Our therapy kitchen allows residents to regain cognitive abilities and learn new skills that will benefit them in the long-term.

Large garden area

The garden area is always full of residents interacting, playing games enjoying a book or training their green thumbs.

Sensory room

The sensory room allows residents to develop and engage their senses, relax, in a safe and secure environment.

Download our Brochure

Our goal is to care for people and help them lead rich, rewarding and meaningful lives, however that looks for them. Download our brochure to learn more about the services we provide at Active Care Group.

Commitment to Quality

At Bobbins we have aligned and agreed our strategic goals to define what we want our organisation to achieve. This means we have also aligned them with the five domains of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection standards to ensure we provide the very best care possible to all our residents.

Our Address

623 Cricklade Road, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 5AB

Contact Number

Tel: 01793 728644

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We’re here to talk to you about any care needs you may require. We have a dedicated team ready to assist you with whatever you need. Active Care Group has been providing complex care for over 30 years.

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