Moorpark Place

Moorpark Place is a specialist supported living service for adults who are on the Autistic Spectrum.

Located in a peaceful and stunning setting in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire, we specialise in providing supportive, therapeutic care. Our aim is to support our residents to have an enjoyable and engaging life, both on and off site.

Age range: adults over the age of 18 years.

What we do

The layout at Moorpark Place in Scotland is unique and different to many other specialist adult autism services in the UK.  Our community consists of 25 individual houses set in their own grounds with some shared facilities. With this arrangement our residents can enjoy all aspects of individual living whilst being part of a smaller community. We support people who would struggle to live independently because they need help with everyday tasks and managing their own home.

Each of our residents has their own individual home and their own Support Worker who oversees their care on a daily basis. Each resident has their own personal care plan and we give our residents the opportunity to grow and develop in a forward thinking way, together with everyone who is important to them.

Our team is highly experienced at supporting individuals with Learning Disabilities and on the Autistic Spectrum and we also offer a range of on-site therapies including Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Clinical Psychology.

Conditions we manage

We support men and women aged 18 and over who have been diagnosed as being on the Autistic Spectrum or with Asperger’s Sydrome.

No beds available

Call 01505 682600

Moorpark Place
School Road
KA25 7LN

Moorpark Place
June 10 2021
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'Thank you to Moorpark for giving me the opportunity to work in an amazing environment. Although at times my job can be challenging, when I see the resident I support smile and laugh it makes me thankful and grateful that I am part of such a brilliant team'


  • 25 individual houses
  • Gym
  • Sensory room
  • Music room
  • Dance hall
  • Family room and conservatory
  • IT room
  • Large walled garden with individual garden plots
  • Trampolines, play equipment and sensory garden areas
  • Two cars for outings and appointments

We really appreciate the team

It was fantastic to be able to see my son again at the advice of Public Health.  Please pass on our thanks to the management team for their efforts during this time.  We really appreciate the team at Moorpark for supporting our son during difficult times.

Thank you so much for all you are doing

To everyone at Moorpark, Thank you so much for all you are doing to keep everyone safe.  It is much appreciated.  I know it can’t be easy.  Hope everyone stays safe and well.  Thanks again!

The best thing about here is having my own house and staff team and getting to do lots of group activities with my friends

Thank you to Moorpark for giving me the opportunity to work in an amazing environment

You have provided me with brilliant training which has enabled me to carry out my role as a support worker with confidence.  My colleagues have been very supportive to me on a professional and personal level.  Although at times my job can be challenging when I see the resident I support smile and laugh it…

The bits I like most about living at Moorpark is going swimming and having my own home

Really impressed with the care provided and that the carers have a very good relationship with my relative

Visiting us

Moorpark Place
School Road
KA25 7LN

Tel: 01505 682600

Our location:

  • Located close to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, just one mile from the A760 and the centre of Kilbirnie
  • Glengarnock station is close by
  • Glasgow Airport (13 miles)
  • Free on-site parking

Latest News

The creation of ‘Kyleville’ – a miniature town with working model railway at Moorpark Place

We spoke to Kyle, a resident at Moorpark Place, about the fantastic work he’s been doing with…

Introducing sign language at Moorpark Place

The Speech and Language Therapy Department in Moorpark Place have introduced a “sign of the week” in…

Moorpark residents design wall hanging for school in Namibia

Our residents at Moorpark Place designed a wall hanging as a gift for the staff and children…

Fun day at Moorpark Place

Many Moorpark Place residents, staff, family members and friends had great fun over the recent May bank…

Grow our own nurses -Dionne’s story

Dionne Glen, a Senior Support Worker at Moorpark Place has been studying through the Huntercombe Academy and…

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Watch Alastair’s story about his life at Moorpark

Alastair is one of our residents at Moorpark Place where we provide residential care and support for…

Our partners

The National Autistic Society

Founded in 1962, the NAS is the UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families. Their goal is to help transform lives, change attitudes and create a society that works for autistic people.