St Catherine’s consists of three purpose-built, open plan bungalows that are home to sixteen people with a range of learning, physical and sensory disabilities.
Opened in 2002, St Catherine’s replaced the original service opened in 1986 that had been housed in two older buildings. We have been providing compassionate, person-centred care to disabled people ever since.
Each bungalow has its own distinct family feel and no two bungalows are the same. Residents each have their own, personalised bedroom with en-suite shower or bathroom and access to specialist equipment such as hoists and chairs designed to make life easier. Although meals are prepared by staff, the kitchens are accessible so residents can help if desired. Each bungalow also has a sensory room for when it’s time to relax.
Outside, each bungalow has its own large, wheelchair-accessible garden overlooking the beautiful North Warwickshire countryside. Residents can grow flowers or vegetables in accessible raised beds, can use sensory equipment or simply relax in the fresh air.
Residents can also access specialised, adapted vehicles for trips out to the local area or when going on holiday.
St Catherine’s has built its reputation on caring for people with very complex care needs and this care is provided by a well-trained, highly experienced and dedicated staff team that supports residents with all their personal, medical and social needs. In turn, they are supported in their work by a number of other outside professionals including community and learning disability nurses, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and more.
St Catherine’s offers residents:
Our work is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Local Authorities on whose behalf we provide services. Inspections take place every eighteen months to two years, focusing on whether our services are Safe, Effective, Caring, Responsive and Well Led.
To find out more please contact us on 01675 434000.
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