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Mill House


Specialism: Adults with enduring mental health problems.

Type of Service: Specialist Mental Health service with skilled staff lead by an RMN trained Service Manager.

Details of Vacancies: There are currently no vacancies at Mill House.

Age Range: Adults

Current profile of service: The service can offer stability and flexibility for service users in managing their mental health needs. Mill house is a large property in a beautiful village set in a very rural area with gardens and patio area.

Focus of service: The service offers highly experienced trained staff providing bespoke care plans and service users are encouraged to participate in the day to day running of their home as well as their own recovery to independence.

Hours provided: The house is staffed 24 hours a day providing a core level of shared support. The service would suit anyone moving from residential care or their family home. Individuals are assessed for individual 1:1 support.

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The home is staffed 24 hours a day with experienced trained personnel. There is an RMN Trained Service Manager, part time cleaner, as well as two senior support workers and support workers. The home has a sleeping night support worker and a waking night worker on duty overnight. Staff receive full training in a range of areas. Service users are encouraged to participate in the day to day running of their home as well as their own recovery to independence. There are three communal areas and gardens to relax and socialise in and also well maintained bedrooms that can be decorated and furnished to the service users’ preference. There are 11 ground floor rooms and the building has cottages for those requiring more independence or a quieter environment. Regard provides a bespoke care plan for each individual with a mental health disorder from the time they are referred to us. In line with the policy of Recovery and Social Inclusion, we help service users relearn the skills required for daily living in order for them to move towards increased independence and minimum support. As a result, we enable people to improve the quality of their lives and make positive changes in areas that are important to them, rather than just alleviating their symptoms.

Regard provides a bespoke care plan for each individual with a mental health disorder from the time they are referred to us. In line with the policy of Recovery and Social Inclusion, we help service users relearn the skills required for daily living in order for them to move towards increased independence and minimum support. As a result, we enable people to improve the quality of their lives and make positive changes in areas that are important to them, rather than just alleviating their symptoms.

Kelly Liddiard is the manager at Mill House.

Kelly has worked at Mill House for 8 years, in various job roles including support worker and senior support worker. She has an in-depth knowledge of the service user group, and is a fantastic role model for the staff team. Kelly has an ILM management qualification, and is completing NVQ level 4.

The whole staff team have 180 years experience in the care sector. 80% of the staff
team hold qualifications including NVQ 2&3 in health and social care, level 3 community mental health, RMN and degrees in psychology and sociology. All staff receive specialised training in areas such as mental health, personality disorder, schizophrenia and self harm.

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Mill house

We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in all of our Regard services on 30th September.



Contact Mill House


  • Litcham Road, Gayton, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 1PQ
  • 01553 636 654
  • 07944105428
  • millhouse@regard.co.uk
  • Manager: Kelly Liddiard
  • Locality Manager: Dianne Eaton, 07725960741

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