Sir Evelyn Road

74 Sir Evelyn Road, Kent, ME1 3LZ, United Kingdom

Key details

  • 6 bedrooms
  • En-suite rooms
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge area

74 Sir Evelyn Road is a residential care home located in Rochester, Kent, offering support for up to six adults with autism, challenging behaviour, cerebral palsy, epilepsy and learning disabilities.

Supporting you

Our home offers a variety of activities such as baking, arts and crafts, listening to music, pamper sessions and movie nights! Our team plan an annual holiday for each person we support, typically to a caravan park, though we are open to other destinations depending on individual preferences.


Our home features one bedroom on the ground floor, and four additional bedrooms located upstairs in the main building. Each bedroom is equipped with an en-suite bathroom for convenience and privacy. Our shared communal areas include a spacious kitchen, an open-plan dining room and living room – perfect for socialising!

Our home has a sensory room on the ground floor, designed to stimulate the senses and enhance the wellbeing of our housemates.

We have an annex with its own lounge/bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, and can be accessed externally – great for someone wanting more independence and privacy.

Our large garden has a trampoline, swing and paddling pool for summer fun. The garden also features a sensory wall and space for sports like football or basketball.

Our team

Our team consists of 20 Support Workers, a Service Manager, Deputy Manager and Senior Support Worker. There’s one waking night and one sleep-in team member available each night.

Our team are trained in low-level safety interventions and receive specialist autism training. Our approach focuses on promoting independence through active support and person-centred care plans.

74 Sir Evelyn Road is based in Rochester, Kent. Our service is perfectly placed, as it’s near to many local shops and amenities.

Our dedicated team ensure the people we support remain connected to the community by helping them take part in a variety of activities based on their personal preferences and needs.

We encourage them to regularly access the community by enjoying outings including swimming, walking, cinema visits, shopping trips, bowling and dining out.


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