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South Road

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The service is able to support individuals from the age of 17 as part of a transitional model of support we promote at Regard. In each case we would work closely with all parties to ensure an agreed approach is put in place to help an individual make that transition in to adulthood a positive one.

Specialism: Learning Disability and/or Mental Health needs, Autistic, Complex Epilepsy and behaviour that may challenge.

Vacancies: There are currently 1 bedroom available.

Age range: 18 – 65

South Road can accommodate eight people on three floors, with seven single rooms and one bedsit on the top floor. Ground and first floors have their own communal space.

This service would be suitable for anyone moving from residential care or their family home who needs a transition before moving in to more independent living environments. The service provides 24-hour background core support, including a sleep-in night member of staff and background staff during the day. Individuals are assessed for 1:1 hours.

Focus of Service: Supporting people to live a full and active life, to achieve greater independence either by reduction of 1:1 hours or supporting individuals to move to their own accommodation with outreach support, if required, to provide continuity of support.

About this service
What we offer
Meet The Team
Success Stories

Situated in South London the property is a spacious detached house located in a quiet residential area of Forest Hill. Its accommodation is split over 3 floors with 7 single rooms and 1 bed sit on the top floor. The ground and 1st floor each comprises of a lounge, fitted kitchen, bath and shower with separate toilet facilities.

The property has a large garden and the added benefit of being located close to local shops, amenities and with good transport links.

Individuals will hold their own tenancy with the Landlord and the rent would typically be claimed through Housing Benefit.

24-hours a day by shared support; including night support

1:1 support for specific indentified assessed needs which vary from person to person

Full inclusive needs support planning, care needs and risk assessments by a well trained staff team, experienced with working with adults with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health needs.

Our aim 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 including where possible employment opportunities and access to local colleges.

An energetic and enthusiastic trained staff team.

Supporting individuals in accessing appointments with all health care professionals.

Outreach support for those able to move on providing continuity of support.

Agnes Oleskiewicz is the manager at South Road. After finishing her Master Diploma in Clinical Psychology and Health, she started working at Regard in 2016 as a support worker at residential home. She was promoted from various positions as senior support worker and acting Service Manager till finally being accepted for the post leading the team at South Road in August 2017. Agnes is passionate about clinical and forensic psychology and is a graduate member of The British Psychological Society.

The team at South Road have a various experience within care sector working in a fields with learning disabilities, mental health, elderly, youth. All staff hold an NVQs 2 and 3 in health and social care. The staff have completed mandatory trainings, but also specialist training such as Autism or Epilepsy.

Each staff member has a fantastic knowledge of each of our tenants and is able to use this to deliver a person centred approach.

Golden chocolates help us to celebrate retaining Investors in People ‘gold’

Staff around The Regard Group have been celebrating achieving ‘Gold’ with golden chocolate and more than 30 winning tickets for ‘golden moments’.

Gary from South Road loves the art of motorcycle maintenance

A love of motorbikes and bicycles is propelling Gary, who has autism, towards a fulfilling future since he told staff at his supported living service about his desire to make a living from his hobby.

A dream job for Crystal Palace fan, Graham

A Crystal Palace fan, who has a mild learning disability and is being supported to live in the community, is celebrating landing his dream job as a steward at the club’s stadium at Selhurst Park.

Contact South Road

  • 0208 291 3644
  • 07734 538 176
  • 0208 291 3644
  • Service Manager - Agnes Oleskiewicz
  • Regional Manager: Michelle Maher
  • Area Director: Donna Thompson: 07714594358

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