235 Rugeley Road

At Rugeley Road we support adults with learning disabilities, associated complex needs. The home has been designed to provide an environment that is fully accessible for people who use wheelchairs or have mobility/physical difficulties, whilst maximising each person’s individuality, dignity and privacy.

Supporting you

The ethos and philosophy underlying the roles we take on at Rugeley Road are focused towards maximising the potential of each resident. People living here are encouraged to work towards their own personal goals. In order to facilitate these goals, staff will work with each person and the people who are important to them to establish clear, concise day to day plans with clearly defined aims and objectives. We’re proud of our achievements in supporting our residents to develop their independence, skills and interests.

Location

The home is located in Chase Terrace, Staffordshire, four miles from the cathedral city of Lichfield and within easy reach of other towns and cities. There are local shops and community facilities on our doorstep.

Facilities

The home has been designed to provide an environment that is fully accessible for people who use wheelchairs or have mobility/physical difficulties, whilst maximising resident’s individuality, dignity and privacy. We have a hoisting equipment for those who may require it, including a portable hoist, a standing hoist and overhead tracking hoists in one bedroom and the main bathroom.

We have three bedrooms on the ground floor and seven on the first floor, accessed by stairs or a lift. All rooms have en-suite facilities with either a bath or shower. We also have an activity/sensory room, a large lounge and dining room, and a lovely large private garden to the rear.

Our Staff

Our team ensure that the care and support each resident needs is holistically delivered. Our staff meet at least once a month with each individual to discuss support plans and needs, planned activities and health and well-being.  Staff also attend review meetings with social workers and relatives.

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