Crawley, West Sussex
Tushmore Lane close to Crawley, West Sussex is a small residential service supporting individuals with learning disabilities, autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, mental health issues and complex needs.
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With just four bedrooms it is homely and welcoming with a friendly team offering personalised support.
Tushmore Lane currently supports younger adults aged 20 to 40 years, who may also have a range of additional cognitive needs. With a modern, open plan layout it offers a home from home setting, with en-suite bedrooms, 4 communal spaces including a large back garden, lounge and conservatory.
There is a big focus on supporting greater independence and helping individuals to develop daily living skills, social and life skills. Shopping, cleaning their room, planning and cooking meals for themselves and others is all part of life for people living at Tushmore.
There is always lots do around the service and individuals are encouraged to get involved as much as they can; helping out with gardening, cooking and arts and crafts. Some people attend local college courses to gain qualifications and others have access to community work opportunities too.
Close to the large town of Crawley with its many amenities, individuals can enjoy shopping, cinema, parks, bowling, the football ground and any other activities of their choice. There are excellent transport links making it even easier for individuals to be active in the local community, as well as good links to London and Brighton. The team give as little or as much support needed to help people travel independently.
Regular events are held at Tushmore such as tea parties, themed parties and charity events where family and friends are always welcome.
- Residential service for adults – male and female
- 4 bedrooms with en-suites
- Wheelchair accessible
Call: 0808 223 5320
- Access to the local community
- Dining room
- En-suite bedrooms
- Pleasant gardens
- Work opportunities
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)
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Views & Opinions
“It’s wonderful. They go beyond the call of duty. They go to the hospital during ward round so [person’s name] knows what’s happening when they return to Tushmore Lane.”Relative - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018
“[Person’s name] is learning important community skills. By living here [person’s name] is learning to get on.”Relative - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018
“I enjoy the food and the choices we make.”Supported Individual - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018
“They really are on the ball with it if I have a problem.”Supported Individual - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018
“Staff provide needs based care for [person’s name]; they bend over and backwards.”Relative - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018
“I phone them weekly and staff are very helpful. They paint a realistic picture of both good and bad days.”Relative - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018
“[Person’s name] does cooking and makes dinner (for the house) once or twice a week. They go and buy the ingredients and prepare their own meal when they want to.”Relative - Quote from CQC Inspection Report - February 2018