William Simpsons supports adults living with a mental health diagnosis to live their best lives Read more
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Find out how to refer an individual with a mental health diagnosis to William Simpsons residential care home Read more
William Simpsons care home is set within six acres of glorious grounds, providing ample opportunity for residents to enjoy the nurturing power of nature. Read more
Truly tailored support: because every person has a right to live their best life
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Make a difference for adults living with a mental health diagnosis: William Simpsons volunteers give their time and their efforts to help make a difference for residents in our care home.
Donald had been at rock-bottom before he came to William Simpsons - separated from his wife and estranged from his children. Read more
In his first job after full-time education, Craig came to William Simpsons as a Support Worker and now works as a Care Supervisor. Read more
In his mid-sixties, Les had moved around his whole life; starting off as farm worker in Devon before ending up in Scotland after many years of drifting. Read more
There's a new Chapter of bikers of in town... Read more
'Residents' Choice' has become more of a 'Residents' Round Up' as there are so many magical summer moments to share... Read more
William Simpsons has been supporting vulnerable adults since 1836 and we currently operate as a residential home that supports adults with a mental health diagnosis to live an independent, fulfilling life Read more
A number of the residents at William Simpsons have been diagnosed with Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD) and it is an area of care that we specialise in. Read more
As William Simpsons, one of the conditions that we specialise in is Korsakoff Syndrome, and residents and families would often like to know more about the condition. Read more