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Cippenham Front

Cippenham provides a home for people of mixed gender and ages.  The house is a detached property with 11 bedrooms, situated on Cippenham Village green, near the shops, pubs and village pond.

The house is within walking distance of a supermarket as well as being on a bus route to Slough town centre and the local railway station.  Slough offers many social attractions, including a cinema, discos, parks, an ice-skating rink, leisure centre, restaurants and shopping malls.

The house has a large lounge with a separate dining room and family sized kitchen.  The garden is a good size and provides a relaxing environment with a patio and large grassed area.  In the summer months our service users can enjoy their meals cooked on the barbeque, and also have the opportunity to develop their gardening skills helping with the small vegetable garden, as well as growing a variety of flowers.

All service users have single rooms and are supported with individual person centred plans, which include health passports.

Service users attend local colleges and day centres.  The local British Legion Club and learning disabled social clubs are visited in the evening.

For more information about this home and availability, please call our office on 01753 888688, alternatively, email office@reach-disabilitycare.co.uk


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“We found the service was caring. People, relatives and friends and a commissioner complimented the care. We observed staff were warm and friendly. As staff had worked with most people over an extended period of time, they had come to know each person well.”

“At the time of the inspection, most people who used the service had lived there for a long period of time. This was reflected in the care that people received from staff. Responsive care was provided to people. Their wishes, preferences, likes and dislikes were considered and accommodated.”

“Staff knew about the complaints procedure and people or others had the ability to complain. The workplace culture at the service was good. Staff described a positive place to work and care for people. Staff told us they enjoyed their roles and found management approachable and reasonable. Sufficient audits of the service were conducted to check the safety and quality of the care. We made a recommendation regarding the scope and frequency of audits. The service had joined-up working with a community organisation to improve the quality of care.”