Deansbrook is an eight bedroom residential service in a quiet, rural area in Essex suitable for individuals with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs.
The service is very experienced in supporting people who display behaviours that others may find challenging who need specialist support plans and interventions.
With a positive environment, the focus is on supporting greater independence and inclusion. Individuals often move to Deansbrook from more secure and restrictive environments and may have experienced placement breakdowns. Our aim is to support them in a less restrictive setting where they have choices around their day to day lives and can reintegrate into their local community.
The service consists of four individual two bedroom flat-lets in the main house, all with en-suites and separate lounges and there are also large communal spaces to encourage social interaction. There is an additional separate bungalow within the grounds.
The team maintain a very positive attitude and support individuals with very complex needs through a transitionary period in their lives. Transition is supported by a named key worker and is the start of the individual’s person centred plan.
Whilst in a rural area, people are supported to access the community daily for shopping and various leisure activities and some are supported to attend local colleges. Emphasis is also placed on individuals having input into the running of the home and housekeeping tasks to build confidence and greater independence.
- Residential service for adults – male and female
- 8 bedrooms
- Wheelchair accessible
Call: 0808 223 5320
- Access to the local community
- En-suite bedrooms
- Ground floor
- Pleasant gardens
We are 96.8% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at November 2017)
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Views & Opinions
We visit Deansbrook about 3-4 times a year, always made to feel welcome and staff are always available and willing to talk about my brothers problems and show us he is well looked after.Sister of supported indivdual - December 2015
I get on alright here, I like it here, I get to do things.Individual we support - quote from CQC inspection report - June 2014
The staff members are nice, I like them.Individual we support - quote from CQC inspection report - June 2014
Everyone is kept safe here as far as humanly possible. That is why we are here, to make sure people have a good quality of life and can live a life knowing they will be looked after well.Consensus colleague – quote from CQC inspection report - June 2014
We all have a responsibility to monitor the needs of people to make their care as good as it can be.Consensus colleague – quote from CQC inspection report - June 2014