Littlehampton, West Sussex
Strawberry Fields is located in the charming rural village of Wick, close to the coastal town of Littlehampton. The service provides residential accommodation for individuals with learning disabilities and associated complex needs.
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A large purpose built modern bungalow set within its own grounds and gardens, the service has ten en-suite bedrooms and provides a positive environment.
The team support individuals with very complex needs through their transition into Strawberry Fields and their on-going person centred support plan tailored to their needs.
The focus is on supporting greater independence and inclusion for a meaningful, fulfilling life.
Individuals are encouraged to gain greater confidence with everyday tasks such as cooking, washing and cleaning and help with the maintenance and running of the home. This helps individuals become more independent and as their confidence grows, the team can support them to achieve their goals and pursue new hobbies and interests.
Strawberry Fields also has its own transport to access immediate local amenities and the nearby coast. Social activities and events also take place at the home and visits from family and friends are encouraged.
Close by is a large activity centre with its own trampoline, gym and sensory room which is available to the people we support at Strawberry Fields.
- Residential service for adults – male & female
- 10 well proportioned en-suite bedrooms
- Access to a large activity centre
Call: 0808 223 5320
- Dining room
- En-suite bedrooms
- Ground floor
- Pleasant gardens
We are 95.2% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at November 2017)
“It is important to note that the report is based on an inspection that took place six months ago. The specific areas of concern identified in the report relate to an individual previously supported by us, who no longer lives at the service. We also have a new service manager in place who is working with staff, the individuals we support and their families to make sure the service provides a high standard of care and support to everyone.
“Whilst we very much respect the important role the CQC plays as our care regulator, in this case we are disappointed that the report does not reflect the current standards of care and support at the service. We have asked the CQC to review their current findings, and look forward to working with them to show the good quality provision across all categories that we are confident is being provided.”
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He’s happy. His interaction has improved. B is enjoying his life.Relative – quote from CQC inspection report - July 2016
G has blossomed. His behaviour has improved.Relative – quote from CQC inspection report - July 2016
We judge the service by the happiness of our son, he is happier and jollier than he’s ever been.Relative – quote from CQC inspection report - July 2016.