Learning Disability Today
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A house and a home

High Worple is a residential care home with a difference, offering culturally-specific care to Asian adults with learning disabilities. The team of Asian staff assist residents to learn invaluable life skills while encouraging and nurturing them to lead a more independent life. Julie Penfold reports: Situated in the residential area of Rayners Lane, in the London Borough of Harrow, High Worple has a modest appearance. Opened in 1998, High Worple is a small home consisting of two semi-detached houses that are linked on the ground and first floors, which has been adapted to provide accommodation for the residents. The scheme


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