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Cloverdale House

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Specialism Complex care packages including adults with Autism - both high and low functioning, Epilepsy, Alternating Hemiplegia, Angelman’s Syndrome. We support service users with varying degrees of learning difficulties. We promote outcome focused placements with a view to supporting individuals onto further independence.

Details of Vacancies: 1st Floor room with en-suite

Type of Service: 24 hour residential home.

Age Range: 18+

Current Profile of Service: The service is a large, eleven bedded detached property within a minutes’ walk of the English channel. The house spacious with a communal kitchen, dining room and lounge, and has a very large garden with a sensory cabin. Each individuals room has an en-suite bathroom and the service focuses on developing levels of independence.

Hours Provided: Staff are available throughout the day with 2 waking night staff on duty. Individuals are assessed for additional needs as required.

Focus of Service: Our aim is to support individuals to achieve their goals, participate in meaningful activities and become more self-sufficient, building on their skills. Our service is person centered which take into account the choice, needs and wishes of the individual, coupled with their own desired outcomes to ensure each individual is encouraged to live a rewarding and fulfilling that constantly develops as they do.

‘People and relatives spoke positively about the service and considered it to be a safe environment. When we asked one person if they felt ‘safe at Cloverdale House, they told us “Yes, I like it here.’

Care Quality Commission report, 2016

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Cloverdale has three floors, accessed via stairs or the lift. The communal areas include a dining room, large living room with access to the garden, a large kitchen and laundry room.There are five bedrooms on the ground floor, one with direct access to the garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and an open-plan bedsit. The bedsit has an en suite wet room, kitchen, living area and a bedroom space. On the top floor there are two further bedrooms. All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms or wet rooms, with toilet and washbasin.

Cloverdale House is two minutes walk from the sea front and has easy access to Hove’s shops, library, cafes, pubs, restaurants and other amenities. Hove train station is a 15-minute walk from Cloverdale House, providing easy links to Brighton, London, Portsmouth and Southampton. There is also a good local bus route.

Each service user has an individual activity plan tailored around their likes and dislikes to ensure that they participate in meaningful activities.In-house activities include arts and crafts sessions, sensory sessions, aromatherapy sessions and using the Wii and Wii Fit. Cloverdale also supports service users to gain independent living skills in cooking and laundry.

External activities currently include: supported work placements: one service user works in a local florist’s shop four days a week and another at a local charity shop five days a week; education: service users currently attend several colleges, including Northbrook College in Worthing, which offers specialised, year-long courses such as shopping, cooking and independent living skills.

Trevor Wilcox is the service manager for Cloverdale House and has 10 years of experience working with adults with learning disabilities, complex needs, mental health issues and behaviours that challenge. Trevor has a Level 5 diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care. These qualifications, experiences and skills enable him to manage a person-centred service for all who live at Cloverdale House. Trevor and the team at Cloverdale House has over 18 staff that have years of combined experience of working in care. They have supported individuals with very complex needs including, Angelman’s syndrome, epilepsy, autism, communication difficulties and people who challenge the service. They have also been trained in these specific courses in addition to all of the mandatory training expected. The team are involved in creating individual positive behavioural support plans which has helped reduce behaviours that challenge.

Cloverdale House turn pink to raise money for breast cancer awareness

Last week, our Cloverdale House residential service in Hove held a pink coffee morning party to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

Cloverdale’s ‘good and friendly feel’ leave a lasting impression

Cloverdale House were recently praised for their ‘good and friendly feel’ in regards to how well they run the service and the support they offer to the people they support.

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.

Cloverdale House throw sports day event for Care Home Open Day 

On Friday 16th June, Cloverdale House, our residential service in Hove, opened their doors and participated in Care Home Open Day.

Barry, from Cloverdale House, finds a job in the local community

Barry, who lives at our Cloverdale House residential care service in Hove, recently celebrated landing a job at his local charity shop.

Cloverdale House host a tea party for Autism Awareness week

Many people are aware of autism, which currently affects one in every one hundred people in Europe, however very few people understand the impact of living with autism; this lack of understanding can sometimes isolate and create barriers for people living with autism in society.

Grace and Sissy make a connection at Cloverdale House

We have recently welcomed Sissy to the team at Cloverdale House. Sissy came to work here as a support worker following Regard’s recruitment ‘drive’ in Greece.

Natalie, from Cloverdale House, doesn’t ‘chicken out’

Natalie, who lives at Cloverdale House (a 24-hour residential service), took part in a 5k ‘Chicken Run’ to help raise money for Comic Relief.

Caroline finds her feet at Cloverdale House

Caroline, who lives at Cloverdale House , our residential service in Hove, is keen to move from her wheelchair into her dancing shoes after an amazing six-month turnaround.

Regard works with PROACT-SCIPr-UK® to help improve the lives of service users

Training is an important part of staff being able to support the people we work with effectively; the people we support are those with learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour.

The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter

Congratulations to the following team and individuals who have won our this quarter’s internal awards.

Contact Cloverdale House

  • 19 Vallance Gardens, Hove, East Sussex BN3 2DB
  • 01273 733757
  • 01273 746838
  • Service Manager: Trevor Wilcox
  • Regional Manager: Mark Welsby: 07866 787 847
  • Area Director: Victoria Hodgson: 0773 453 8156

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