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Upton Court

Upton Court was built in the early 1990s.  The building is a more continental style offering spacious rooms and communal areas.  The house is on two floors providing eight bedrooms; some with a view of Windsor Castle and two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor with adjacent bathrooms. The garden is laid to lawn and provides a family setting offering a pleasant ambiance, with spacious soft furnishings providing a relaxing environment.

The house was converted into a Residential Home in July 2003 and is registered for eight service users.

Activities include using the local college, sports centres and community resources.  The home is within walking distance of Slough town centre and local parks.

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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People living at Upton Court Road were supported by staff who knew their needs well. Conversations with staff demonstrated they knew people’s likes and dislikes and how they supported them to promote their independence. We saw good examples of how people were supported to take ownership in regards to aspects of their care in a safe way.
People were treated with dignity and respect. Staff were respectful and polite when speaking to people and engaged in conversations about things they enjoyed. There was laughter and joking throughout the day of our inspection.  People’s safety was promoted through effective risk assessments and procedures in place.

Staff had received effective training in order to help them support people with their social and health needs. People’s medicines were managed safely and recruitment checks were in place to ensure staff suitability to work with people living at the service.
The service had a homely feel and people told us they felt happy living at Upton Court Road. There were good procedures in place to assess the quality of the service including the oversight of the day to day running of the service.
Staff told us they felt happy and supported in their roles by an effective management team. Staff were
supported to undertake their roles effectively and to support people in an independent and person centred