About this service
Maldon House is situated in a quiet residential area in Seaford, within walking distance of the seafront and local amenities.There is a spacious communal lounge and dining room and the kitchen is always left open for service users to access with support. A conservatory and small lounge are used by individuals for activities and listening to music. All ten bedrooms have either en suite bathrooms or shower rooms.
Train and bus services are close to the house. Buses run at ten-minute intervals and rail services to Lewes, Brighton, London and Eastbourne operate from the local train station.
What we offer
Each service user has an individual activity plan tailored around their likes and dislikes to ensure that they participate in meaningful activities. Service users are also encouraged to maximise their independent living and domestic skills.
Service users enjoy going to the cinema and theatre, bowling, swimming, crazy golf and visiting the Bluebell Railway for trips on the steam trains. Every two months they go to the Blue Camel Club in Brighton, organised by adults with a learning disability where they enjoy activities including live bands and discos.
At Maldon House itself the garden is used for relaxation and physical activities such as trampolining, garden games and socialising. There is a sensory cabin housing a full range of sensory equipment that is used for relaxation and aromatherapy.
Meet the team
Dawn Robbins the service manager is a qualified with a Registered managers Award RMA, NVQ 4 Management qualification and level 3 qualification in care. Dawn also hold the IOSH (the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) qualification. She has 12 years of experience within the care sector and been the registered manager for Regard since 2006 and is experienced of managing homes for younger adults with challenging behaviour and autism, older adults with profound learning disabilities and complex needs and children with challenging behaviours. Dawn is able to lead and develop an excellent team and service.
The team at Maldon house 80 years of experience between them. Most of the staff have NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social care or hold /working towards the care certificate. The deputy manager holds a level 5 diploma in health and social care.
The staff are trained in various disciplines such as Autism, First Aid, Makaton, Epilepsy, Challenging Behaviour support.
Please click here for CQC certificate for Maldon House
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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.
Nicholas explores beyond Maldon House for the first time in three years
Nicholas, a service user at Maldon House, was offered the chance to go to Ashford Kent for a lovely holiday break.
Maldon House celebrate their annual BBQ
Maldon House celebrated their annual BBQ with all the service users and their families.
Weekly baking sessions at Maldon House
Each week service users at Maldon House are encouraged to take part in baking sessions,
‘Hear All About It’ at Maldon House
Families of the people we support at our Maldon House service are delighted with a new monthly bulletin designed to let them share the pleasures and achievements of their family members.