46 The Grove

Isleworth, London Borough of Hounslow

46 The Grove is a residential service in Isleworth for males with learning disabilities, autism and mental health difficulties. Some individuals may also have behaviours which others may find challenging.


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In this caring, supportive environment, there are seven bedrooms which each have their own bathroom, as well as pleasant communal areas, gardens and a conservatory.

Support is tailored to individual’s need and the goals they want to achieve and support plans are regularly reviewed to ensure they are living their life in the way they wish to.

Individuals are encouraged to enjoy leisure and social activities at the home such as art and music therapy and other activities of their choice.

They also regularly host parties and open days where friends and family are always welcome.

There is easy access to public transport (rail and bus networks) to nearby Hounslow and its many shopping and leisure amenities which include bowling, a cinema, cafes and swimming pool.

Great importance is placed on helping individuals who live at the home to learn new skills and to take an active interest in the running of the home, including shopping and cooking.

This helps improve daily living skills and confidence and allows people to have their own responsibilities, as well as their own hobbies and interests.

Residential Services

  • Residential service for adults – male only
  • 7 bedrooms with en-suites
  • Wheelchair accessible

Call: 0808 223 5320
Email: enquiries@consensussupport.com


  • Access to the local community
  • Conservatory
  • Dining room
  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Pleasant gardens
  • Swing

We are 95% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential and supported living care (Figure stated as at October 2022)

Read the latest news from 46 The Grove
Nageena Naeem, Manager - 46 The Grove


Views & Opinions

“The environment was clean, and staff undertook regular checks and audits to make sure cleanliness was

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“People were supported to take risks and to try new things. The staff created individual risk assessments relating to people’s health, wellbeing and activities. These were reviewed and changes made to reflect changes in people’s needs.”

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“Support focused on people’s quality of life outcomes and these were regularly monitored and adapted as a person went through their life. Staff used person-centred planning tools and approaches to discuss and plan with people how to reach their goals and aspirations.”

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“The staff supported people to set their own personal goals and work towards meeting these. For example, one person who found it challenging to meet new staff had been supported to be involved with staff recruitment to help them develop a better relationship with them.”

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“Other people had been supported to set goals around personal hygiene, independent living skills, accessing college courses and pursuing leisure interests.”

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“People learnt everyday living skills and were supported to understand the importance of personal care with staff who
knew them well.”

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“There was a positive culture. Management were visible in the service, approachable and took a genuine interest in what people, staff, family, advocates and other professionals had to say.”

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“Managers worked directly with people and led by example. Staff felt respected, supported and valued by senior staff which supported a positive and improvement-driven culture.”

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