Care & Support
Pepenbury has over 85 years experience in providing high quality residential care and supported accommodation for people with a learning disability and a diverse range of needs.
Our services enable people with a learning disability to have choice and control over how they live their lives, with all the help they need to feel safe and supported.
We welcome anyone from across the UK to benefit from our residential care and supported accommodation services. We have expertise not only in learning disability but also complex needs, physical disability, autism, specific syndromes, mental health issues and behaviour which can challenge.
Pepenbury has particular expertise in caring for people with severe learning disability and complex needs who may need round the clock care. Whatever people’s individual needs, our personalised services ensure we can offer appropriate levels of care and support.
The main Pepenbury site in Cornford Lane, Pembury, has 10 different houses and bungalows set in 100 acres of beautiful, unspoiled countryside with a host of facilities. There is additional residential care accommodation in Edenbridge and Southborough.
More and more people are choosing to live in their own homes in the community, rather than in residential care. We offer a number of supported living options, both at our Cornford Lane site and within local towns and villages throughout West Kent. People can choose whether to live on their own, with a friend or in a shared house. Others may live in the family home but want to be active within their communities.
Support can be provided by Pepenbury’s community support service, MOST, on an individual or shared support basis. Our aim is that over time, people gain the skills and confidence they need to move on to independent living or to reduce the level of support they need.
Support in your own home
Whether you live in one of our supported living properties, with family or in private accommodation, MOST community support service can help you live the life you choose.
MOST provides one-to-one support to help with shopping, cooking, paying household bills and doing the housework. Others choose to use their allocated support to attend appointments, go to the cinema or library, access local leisure facilities or to meet up with friends.
For further information please contact Karl Pay, Head of Operations, on 01892 822168 or firstname.lastname@example.org