Our Houses

Each Pepenbury home has a particular focus, depending on residents' needs

The main Pepenbury site has eight different houses and bungalows. Accommodation, facilities and support are tailored towards the needs of residents

Our houses

Each house, whether it is on our main site in Pembury or in the villages of Edenbridge, Southborough or Erith, has a particular focus.

One house specialises in supporting people with autism, others focus on people wanting to progress to supported living, and some houses focus on the needs of those with more severe disability and challenging behaviour who require intensive, round the clock support.

Briars

Briars accommodates nine people with physical disabilities and severe to moderate learning disabilities. The house has three staff on duty at all times, including a Senior Support worker. A Care Coordinator has overall responsibility for the house and a member of staff sleeps in each night, with another on duty throughout the night. Additional support is identified for individuals within their care package.

Fern

Fern accommodates six people on the autistic spectrum and with severe to moderate learning disabilities and behaviour that can challenge. The house has three staff on duty at all times, one being a Senior Support Worker. A Care Coordinator has overall responsibility for the house and a member of staff sleeps in each night. Additional support is identified for individuals within their care package.

Finch

Finch accommodates seven individuals with behaviour that can challenge, physical disabilities and severe to moderate learning disabilities. The house has three staff on duty at all times during the day, including a senior support worker, with additional support as identified in each person's personalised support plan. A member of staff sleeps in each night with waking night staff on duty throughout the night. A Care Coordinator has overall responsibility for the house. 

Linnets

Linnets accommodates eight people with high dependency needs and severe to moderate learning disabilities. Each room has en-suite facilities and the house has three staff at all times, one being a Senior Support Worker. A member of staff sleeps in each night with waking night staff on duty throughout the night. A Care Co-ordinator has overall responsibility for the house. Additional support is identified for individuals within their care package.

Pines

Pines accommodates six people with mild learning disabilities. Support is tailored towards residents preparing for independent living. Pines has one member of staff on duty on a rolling shift system, with a member of staff sleeping in. A Care Co-ordinator has overall responsibility for Pines.

Robins

Robins accommodates seven people with moderate learning disabilities and medium dependency needs. The house has two staff and a Senior Support Worker, with a member of staff sleeping in each night. A Care Coordinator has overall responsibility for the house.

Rose

Rose accommodates six people with moderate learning disabilities. The house has one member of staff on duty on a rolling shift system, with a member of staff sleeping in each night. A Care Coordinator has overall responsibility for the house.

Swallows

Swallows accommodates seven people with mild to moderate learning disabilities. The house is supported by two staff on a rolling rota, who encourage residents to be as independent as they can, but offer support where required. Two staff are on duty at any one time, with a Care Co-ordinator taking overall responsibility for the house.

Residential care in local communities

Poppies

A spacious, three storey, detached house in Southborough, Kent, for six people with learning disabilities, complex needs and associated health issues.

Falconers Court

A small residential home in Edenbridge for seven residents with learning disabilities and associated physical disabilities.

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Frank House

A detached house situated in Twigg Close, Erith. It is a 6-bed registered home providing round the clock care for people on the autistic spectrum.  A number of the residents have paid, part-time jobs or volunteer with local organisations.

Pepenbury is also a major provider of supported living services for adults with learning disabilities in West Kent. 
You can find out more about supported living here »  

 

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