Frinton House

Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex

Frinton House is a residential service near Bexhill-on-Sea supporting individuals with learning disabilities and autism in a person centred, positive setting.

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The service is also suitable for people with mobility and physical disability and has a lift. With a friendly, caring and enthusiastic team the focus is on well-being and supporting individuals to fulfill their potential at their own pace.

Frinton House is a Victorian style building spread across two floors, with seven en-suite bedrooms and is ideally situated close to the sea and the lovely Sussex countryside.

The team take a flexible approach to meeting individual’s bespoke needs and encourage individuals to fulfill their goals and aspirations; trying new activities, learning new skills and taking holidays.

Close to the nearby town of Bexhill and with excellent public transport links by road and rail to Hastings, London and other coastal towns on the South Coast, individuals can enjoy lots of community and leisure amenities either independently or in groups. This includes swimming, shopping, attending leisure centres and visiting the beaches.

Some individuals attend day and evening courses at local colleges to learn new skills, hobbies and interests.

The team are dedicated to supporting greater independence and developing individual’s daily living, social and life skills and individuals have their own areas of responsibility in the running of the home including shopping and cooking.

Family members are very involved with and always welcome to visit the service.

Residential Services

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

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

Facilities

  • Access to the local community
  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Lift
  • Pleasant gardens
  • Shops close by

We are 94% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at June 2020)

 

Read more about how people we support are achieving success at Frinton House

Views & Opinions

“My experience is that (registered manager) is extremely conscientious about ensuring the health care needs of those under her care are met. She is diligent about communication both in terms of asking questions and in terms of providing follow up information. Frinton House staff have also always provided any additional staff support necessary to maximise the opportunity for admissions to be successful.”

Health Professional - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“[Registered Manager] Changed Frinton House immensely for the better. It’s friendly, bright and amazing. She is always trying to encourage (relative) to do something else.”

Relative - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

They keep me informed and are very supportive. They really care and had a special cake made for (relative’s) birthday. It was lovely.”

Relative - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“I’m amazed with (registered manager) and her ideas. She works so hard. She did a charity walk with one of the residents to raise money for Street Pastoring for the homeless.”

Relative - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“I like being with my friends. The staff treat me well and my keyworker supports me and takes me to college.”

Supported Individual - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“Everyone is treated equally and we provide as many opportunities as we can to help people to develop in every aspect of their lives.”

Consensus Colleague - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“Everyone is an individual and respected. They (staff) understand (my relative) needs space.”

Relative - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“All the staff have been brilliant, I can’t praise them enough.”

Relative - Quote from CQC Report - June 2018

“We ensure everyone is treated fairly. We take account of people’s age and their gender. Everyone has the same rights. We make sure we prioritise time to enable people’s individual needs to be met and we respect people’s decisions if they opt out of activities or change their minds.”

Consensus Colleague -Quote from CQC Report - June 2018