Dane House is a six bed mixed gender community based home, with a range of communal facilities including lounges, dining room and kitchen alongside a large garden. The people who are supported at Dane House may be living with severe learning disabilities, autism and behaviours which, due to their diagnosis may be seen as challenging. Residents may also have profound and multiple communication difficulties, sensory impairments and physical health problems.
People may come to Dane House as part of their care pathway. They may already be living in the community, such as the family home or supported living, but require more structured care and support. They may also be moving out of a residential school.
The service is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by a dedicated team made up of the Registered Manager, Team Leaders and Support Workers. All residents are registered with the local GP and access primary care services in the community.
Our aim is to provide a home in the heart of the local community, which promotes social inclusion through meaningful community engagement. Residents are supported to develop social networks and engage in a range of activities to live purposeful lives.
Dane House is located in Brighton within walking distance of an array of local facilities and resources. Brighton has excellent transport links across the south of England and direct train routes in to London.