Residential care homes
Are you looking for residential care for a disabled adult?
Our modern, registered care homes provide residential care and support to people with physical and learning disabilities.
Our three registered care homes; Michael House, William House, and Elizabeth House, each contain a mix of eighteen light and airy one-bedroomed flats and bedsits, with fully accessible ensuite facilities and kitchen/dining areas. A number of our flats can comfortably accommodate two people sharing and are perfect for couples who are looking to live together.
We regularly review your person centred care plan to ensure that we respond to your changing needs and provide you with the care and support that’s right for you. Last year 5 residents transitioned from our residential care homes to more independent living.
24 hour residential care and support in our care homes
Our personalised care and support is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, available in our three CQC care homes. Enham Trust staff are here to work with you to develop your own personal support plan, and ensure you achieve your goals and aspirations; whether you’d like to live independently, gain sustained employment or learn new skills and make friends.
As a resident in one of our care homes, you will have your own front door key to your own flat, where you are supported by a lead personal assistant.
Physiotherapy and occupational therapy
Accessing our residential care facilities
Anyone can be referred to Enham Trust for a place in residential care; from you as the prospective resident, a family member on your behalf to your social worker or care manager or other professional involved and interested in your well-being.
Residential Care Pricing
- Residential Care from £942.04 per week. This includes accommodation, food and up to 15 hours per week personal care.
- Additional care and support us available from £17 per hour.
The first step is to contact us for a visit to view our care homes to help you get a flavour of what we have to offer.
Before, I felt sad – really sad, actually. Day-to-day life just wasn’t how I wanted it to be. Now, I feel listened to and respected. At Enham Trust I feel like my independence has come back. I feel free!