residential care homes
Norwood provides 17 residential care homes for adults with a primary need of learning disability. We also support other conditions such as autism, complex health needs, mental health, physical disabilities and sensory impairments as secondary needs.
Our accommodations are a home from home with a capacity of between five and eight residents per home.
These residential homes are located in North London and Berkshire. We are able to offer en-suite facilities, community spaces and, most importantly of all, caring and supportive staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can contact us
Phone: 020 8809 8809 (Mon – Thu: 9am – 5.30pm, Fri: 9am – 1pm)
Current Residential care vacancies
This purpose-built property supports a maximum of eight residents with profound & multiple learning disabilities, Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy primarily. It is a safe and secure gated property with an internal lift, en-suite facilities, sensory room, lounge, dining room and off-street parking
A cosy and warm home that has communal areas for socialising and good sized rooms to have some time to yourself. The first floor is accessible with a lift. All communal bathrooms have assistive baths and/or walk in showers to support older residents with moderate learning disabilities.
With 10 bedrooms set across two stories, in addition to a ground-floor two-bedroom flat, this home provides support for a multitude of needs. The bathrooms feature walk-in showers and assistive baths. The communal areas and corridors are spacious and facilitate support for individuals with more complex needs.
This service consists of 13 self-contained flats surrounding a luscious green outdoor area. Inside is a central hub which includes a kitchen, lounge and dining area. The service is able to support people of varying levels of independence and complex needs alike, providing a support experience equivalent to supported living, but with the comforts of residential care.
The service is based across two buildings, both of which provide person centred and proactive support for individuals with autism and complex needs. In addition to the bedroom spaces, each of the two buildings also holds a communal lounge, dining room and kitchen.
How can we make a referral?
Anybody can make an enquiry with regard to individuals to our residential places, however we would normally expect a full referral to be made via a professional within a Council (social worker, case worker, brokerage or discharge team) or from a Health Service (General Practitioner, Consultant, Doctor, social worker for the Trust, Bed Management Team, Discharge Team etc.)
The person might be also referred by other charities or by family members, however the cost for residential placement is usually funded by a professional body.
How much does a Residential Placement cost?
Costs are entirely dependent upon the individual’s needs. Guideline costs can be provided, however please contact us with as much information as possible so we can try and provide an estimate.
Norwood would need to carry out an assessment on the individual to ascertain if we would be able to support them and to what level.
What are the homes like?
Norwood prides itself on providing small, friendly and homely environments – a number being purpose built.
We also cater for a small number of people with mobility issues or other conditions but in all cases, we would ensure that the person we are supporting is placed appropriately and supported with care throughout.
How long does this process take?
At Norwood, we aim to take the shortest amount of time possible, but this is dependent on individual circumstances. In order to speed the process up, we need as much information as possible on the person, as well arranging and carrying out assessments, obtaining funding approval and finally facilitating a planned move-in date.
Where are Norwood’s services?
Norwood has a range of residential and support living accommodations in London, Essex and Berkshire.
Why choose us?
- Norwood supports children and families facing challenges, and adults with learning disabilities or autism. Established in 1795, Norwood is the Jewish community’s oldest charity, and is the only Jewish charity with Royal Patronage, a privilege bestowed since 1816.
- Norwood supports more than 2,500 people a year.