With 150 years of experience providing world renowned support for people with sight problems, our homes have been designed to make life easy, in a warm, homely environment.
Located in Hove, East Sussex, we aim to promote independence and a community feel while respecting your individual needs, all in a beautiful and peaceful setting.
Our aim is to make your transition in to our home, as smooth as possible. All of our residents benefit from a tailored support plan, so you can be sure you will get the right level of care for your needs. Whether you choose to stay with us for respite, short-term care, or plan to stay with us for longer, your needs will be fully assessed and a care plan agreed.
For your leisure time, our social programmes are developed in conjunction with residents, so you can continue to do the things you enjoy. When it comes to meal times, our chefs are able to adapt our delicious menus to fit in with any individual requirements you may have.
We've been awarded the top rating for food hygiene: 5 stars (very good).
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: Good.
We were rated Good for the following four areas: safe, caring, responsive, well-led.
Read our latest CQC report in full:
RNIB state that their homes have been designed to make life easy, in a warm, homely environment. This was embedded in the practice of the staff and within the atmosphere of the home.
CQC, August 2016
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Throughout the year we host a number of events to welcome people into our lovely home.
Our Winter Fayre is on Saturday 3 December 2016 at 2-4pm. Come along and enjoy yourselves!
Join us for a mince pie and and look around our lovely stalls!
We’ll have a variety of different stalls selling cakes, books, and jewellery, as well as a raffle, Tombola, Bric-a-brac and much more!
There will be will be a range of activities going on for people of all ages to get involved in.
The best way to find out about RNIB Wavertree House is to visit us and have a look around. We welcome visits from prospective residents, their families and professionals. Get in touch with us to book your visit today.
Registered Care Home Manager: Carole Porter
RNIB Wavertree House
Telephone: 01273 262 200
Volunteering for RNIB is a rewarding experience, and can make an enormous difference to the lives of people with sight loss. If you are interested in volunteering at RNIB Wavertree House, call 01273 262 200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.