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Eastbourne Road


Specialism: Eastbourne Road is a residential home supporting young adults with learning disabilities who may also have associated complex behavioural needs, epilepsy and or autism..

Type of Service: Residential

Age Range: 18 - 46 years

Details of vacancy: There are currently no vacancies at Eastbourne Road.

Current Profile of Service: Eastbourne Road is a large detached house situated between Polegate and Eastbourne. We provide 24 hour support to nine adults with learning disabilities, in a very relaxed and homely setting. Support is tailored to reflect individual need. With a focus on developing independent living skills and the possible future pathways to supported living.

Hours Provided: 24 hours a day shared support; including night support.

Focus of Service: Support is structured to ensure that the individual has the opportunity to access a full range of activities within the community e.g. football, cinema swimming and local clubs and where possible employment opportunities and access to local colleges.

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Eastbourne Road is a large detached house situated between Polegate and Eastbourne. It has excellent public transport links to the local area, including trains to Brighton and buses to Eastbourne, which has a lovely seafront and pier; there are also links to Polegate, Hailsham and London.

On the ground floor there is a large lounge, dinning room and kitchen. We have three individuals’ bedrooms on the ground floor, a sleep-in room and a waking night staff every night. On the first floor there are six further bedrooms and a communal bathroom. Some the bedrooms are en-suite.

  • Promote opportunity for life skills training to enable people to move from residential care onto supported living.
  • 1:1 support for specific support to compliment individual assessed needs if required.
  • Full inclusive support planning, care needs and risk assessments.
  • Individual health care planning and facilitation.
  • Promotion of communication for users with autism and or communication needs. We promote use of pictorial aids, communication passports, audio communication systems and where required will involve speech and language therapist.
  • Our aim is to decrease 1:1 support hours as skills are further developed and greater independence gained where possible
  • Support is structured to ensure that the individual has the opportunity to access a full range of activities within the community e.g. football, cinema swimming and local clubs and where possible employment opportunities and access to local colleges

Kellie Homewood the service manager has been working in the social care field for over 20 years and holds a HND in Managing Health and Social Care.

Kellie is supported by a 20 strong team who total 171 years’ experience between them. Their previous experience ranges from working with children and adults with varying degrees of need both in medical and residential settings and have specialist training in autism, CPI, Epilepsy, PBS, and Pro active SCIP.

Ex-straw-dinary Scarecrow Competition 

Recently, in the London and South East region, a number of our services held a competition to see who could produce the best scarecrow; there were some great entries as can be seen in the photographs.

Wonderful progress for Jack at Eastbourne Road

The team at our Eastbourne Road residential service are thrilled with the progress of Jack, one of the young men whom they support.

Jack moved to Eastbourne Road last April from his family home where he had started to become anxious about getting out and about.

Summertime BBQ at Eastbourne road

Once a year Eastbourne road host a summer BBQ, were all service users and family members are invited to participate!

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Eastbourne road

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.



Café work is the perfect job for Eastbourne Road service users

Mary has proved to be a brilliant napkin-folder, while Nicola enjoys helping keep one of the seafront cafés clean and tidy.



Contact Eastbourne Road


  • 111 Eastbourne Road, Lower Willingdon, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 9NE
  • 01323 482 174
  • 07725 960 768
  • 111eastbourne@regard.co.uk
  • Manager: Kellie Homewood
  • Locality Manager, Caroline Robins 07866787847

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