Our supported living accommodation within our Community Living Service is for adults aged 18-65 with sight loss and additional needs who require support with everyday living.
All residents like Cameron who live in our supported living accommodation are provided care by our domiciliary care team.
We offer specialist care on an individual-case-by-case basis. This can include:
Our supported living accommodation is currently based in the following areas of Surrey:
Each resident has their own flat or shares a house. In each studio flat there is a lounge or sleeping area, a kitchenette and bathroom. In RNIB Swail House there is access to a communal lounge and laundry facilities.
Well Way, Leatherhead and Ashtead Houses are for small groups sharing a house. Each resident has their own bedroom and shares other facilities in the home with their fellow residents.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and are a Founder Member of The National Skills Academy for Social Care.
Our CQC overall rating is: Requires improvement.
We were rated Good for the following area: caring.
Read our latest CQC report in full:
People had good relationships with the staff that supported them. People were clearly relaxed with staff and felt happy and confident in their company.
CQC, July 2016
If you would like to come and visit our Community Living Service, or if you would like more information, please get in touch:
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