Learning Disability and Autism


Cherry is registered to accommodate two individuals, who have a diagnosis of Autism, learning disability and may also display complex behaviours that challenge.

Cherry is one of twelve individual houses on Highfield Park set in nearly 30 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds in the outskirts of Denbigh in the small village of Llandyrnog. The park is approximately 6 miles from the historic town of Denbigh and 20 miles from the popular North Wales seaside resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn. A little further away are the cities of Liverpool and Chester.

Client Group and Admission Criteria

MHC has consistently provided help and support within their services to people with autism and their families. A service that has been, and continues to be, accessible, trusted and relied upon to make a positive difference in people’s lives.

Our services offer care and support to individuals who are between the ages of 18-65 and diagnosed within the full range of autistic spectrum disorders.

The Service and Staff Team

The staff team is supported, trained and encouraged to respect peoples social, communication and sensory differences as well as many other aspects of their daily functioning and behavioural needs. This is further supported by input from the multi-disciplinary clinical team comprising of a consultant psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, clinical nurse specialist, occupational therapist, and full support team, as and when required.

We support the key themes of health, social inclusion, choice and control, awareness raising and training, and access to training and employment.

  • Summary

    • Small service
    • Accommodates up to 2 people
    • Single storey building
    • Learning disability
    • Complex behaviours
    • Bespoke service
    • Autistic spectrum disorder
    • Diagnosis of Aspergers
    • Age 18+
    • Medium to long term care
    • Superb location and stunning grounds

    Llangwyfan, Denbigh, LL16 4LU

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