If you are over the age of 50, or you have a disability, you may benefit from living in sheltered housing.
Sheltered housing offers you your own home, with your own front door. However you can benefit from having some additional help and support if and when you need it.
Sheltered housing is also a good option if you're looking to downsize, benefiting from a property with lower running costs and that's easier to manage - no more worrying about major repairs, these are covered for you.
From bungalows and flats, to studio apartments, we provide a wide range
of homes across West Wiltshire.
We are able to directly let some of our sheltered homes; view our listings here.
If you can't find a suitable property via our direct lets you will need to register with
your local council via the links on this page.
If you would like to find out more about sheltered housing call us on 01225 715 715.
All of Selwood Housing's sheltered homes come with Selwood Lifeline as standard, including planned testing every 18 months.
Selwood Lifeline is an emergency alarm service that provides the reassurance of access to help in an emergency, 24 hours a day. Delivered via a small unit that connects through your telephone line, this service enables anyone to live independently, providing peace of mind for both you and your family.
You can also benefit from accessing Wiltshire Council's 'help to live at home service' should you wish to. This is a flexible service that can support with the provision of practical help in managing your home and your personal care.
Both of these services are flexible and can be tailored to your individual needs.
Selwood Housing's sheltered accommodation comes with Selwood Lifeline as standard, providing peace of mind.
Find out how Selwood Lifeline can support you.