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Sir Robert Mews
21 Sir Robert Mews, Cheviot Road, Langley, SL3 8ND
Sir Robert Mews Gardens was opened in 2000 as a supported accommodation for people with Learning Disabilities to live as independently as possible.
The building has three floors with 14 flats and second floors and the rest are occupied by the members of the community.
The accommodation is located at Sir Robert Mews which is just 0.5 miles from Langley High Street and 3.1 miles from Slough High Street, and it is within 2 minutes walking distance to Langley Health Centre and local shops and amenities.
Staff are on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide individually tailored support to the residents.
This service is a long term home for adults who have a learning disability and require support with their daily living skills and accessing the community. It is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to provide personal care.
What we offer
- To develop and maintain independent living skills.
- To empower individuals with a learning disability to thrive in their community.
- To deliver person centred support promoting individuals to make informed choices and achieve their aspirations.
- Ensure safety and wellbeing by working closely with partnership agencies and family members
- The areas of support provided but not limited to:
- Administration of medication
- Personal Care
- Daily living skills (cooking / cleaning)
- Budgeting, paying bills and preventing debt
- Applying for welfare benefits such as Housing Benefit, Council tax benefit, Personal Independence Payment
- Education, training, voluntary work and employment
- Health care appointments
- Leisure and culture
- Accessing the community
Vulnerable adults with an assessed learning disability.
All referrals come from Slough Social Services via the Learning Disability Accommodation Panel, or from Care Managers within the Learning Disability Teams.
When we have a vacant flat at Sir Robert Mews the Manager informs CTPLD. The Learning Disability Accommodation Panel, or the Care Manager, will send referrals electronically (by email) to the Manager. Once received the Manager will arrange a full needs assessment.
Ability customers occupy 7 flats which are on the ground and first floors, and each flat has one bedroom, a bathroom and a lounge/ kitchen with provisions for a cooker, hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine.
There is a big communal garden at the back of the building and enough parking spaces for tenants, staff and visitors.