Tony had lived with his parents all of his life until he lost his mother and moved in with his sister, Joan. Joan looked after Tony for 18 years seeing to his every need. Tony had mild learning difficulties, so life wasn't easy, especially when Joan lost her own husband and her own health deteriorated.
Tony was given a flat at Winton Court and has never looked back. From being someone who always had family doing everything for him, he now has his own flat and is living independently. He cooks, keeps his flat clean and tidy and looks after all his own personal hygiene needs. Previously, Tony only ever wanted his own company but now he likes to interact with other tenants and really enjoys the Men's Club held on the court. Winton Court has made a huge difference to Tony's quality of life and his well-being.
Names have been changed to protect identities.