Seva Care operates dedicated Residential services providing short and long-term residential stay for individuals with moderate to severe learning difficulties. All have modern amenities with en-suite rooms and are fully wheelchair accessible. We can also cater for individuals specific dietary and cultural needs such as vegetarian only kitchens. Innovative support is focused on enabling people to become as independent as possible within their own homes and in the local community.
Sudbury House is a 5 bedroom (en-suite) fully accessible residential home specifically meeting the cultural and dietary needs of service users mainly from an Asian background.
Suitably located close to all amenities like shopping centers, leisure centers, parks, temples, cinemas, public transport etc. We work very closely with Local Authorities Learning Disability Teams from various boroughs and specialists such as Community Psychiatrists, District Nurses, GPs, Opticians and other professionals. Support Plans are Person Centered and reviewed on a regular basis. The home is regulated and inspected by CQC, “Care staff and management had a good understanding of the needs of people and their preferences. Care support plans included information about people's interests and their background and used this information to ensure that equality and diversity was promoted, and people's individual needs met. “
Gayton House Gayton House is a 6 bed fully accessible Residential service in Harrow which offers short and long stay Residential placements to all adult from 18 years old. We provide support for individuals with learning disabilities with additional complex needs. During their placement, we aim to support our service users to develop household and independent living skills, leading a pathway to Supported Living and perhaps to independent living in the community. The home has a large garden, modern lounge and open plan kitchen. Four bedrooms have en-suite facilities. The home is regulated and inspected by CQC, “We saw during our inspection that staff responded quickly to people's non-verbal communication to ensure they were supported appropriately. Staff we spoke with were knowledgeable about people's likes and dislikes, how they preferred to be supported, and their personal histories. One relative told us, "The staff are very kind and helpful."