Kingly House - 17 Beds

Criteria for Admission:

  • Any gender over the age of 17 years
  • Brain injury, neurological disorder with mental health difficulties
  • Are medically stable (although complex medical conditions routinely managed at home are acceptable i.e. PEGs, insulin, epilepsy etc)
  • Present with physical, cognitive, social and challenging behavioural needs

Kingly Care Partnership’s flag ship care establishment is Kingly House, a residential home with provision for 17 residents.  Kingly House operates with an ethos emphasising a ‘homely’ concept and as such those who live at Kingly House are encouraged to consider the house, not only as the place where they live, but as a place they are proud to call home.  This focus extends from the quality and arrangement of the furnishings, d├ęcor and cleanliness, to the ideal of the staff who view themselves as enablers - working to achieve a balance which provides an appropriate level of support for each individual while allowing the maximum level of autonomy, choice and functional and cognitive independence
Formerly a school dating back to the early part of the 20th Century, Kingly House is a traditionally built 2 storey detached property. It has been refurbished in order to meet the needs of the resident group whilst retaining a wealth of charm and character. To view the complete picture gallery, click here.

Some specialist equipment may be needed because of the specific needs of the residents and regulations regarding accessibility. Domestic style however remains the primary image of Kingly House. Kingly Care Partnership owns its own vehicle which enables the residents to travel further afield.

The home has a private car park, which provides easy accessibility to the home for visitors.

The home is able to offer 16 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and 1 bed-sit apartment. Colour televisions are provided as standard in all bedrooms.

Within Kingly House there are two lounge areas and a large separate dining room, which, in addition, has a comfortable seating area. The dining room has several sets of French doors which are opened out in the summer months, allowing Residents’ to take their meals on the veranda area, relaxing in the sunshine. The secure garden area lends itself beautifully to those wishing to pursue gardening and planting activities. There is also a spacious conservatory which is home to arts and crafts based activities as well as housing the residents IT suite.

Kingly House has two kitchens; a commercial kitchen and Residents’ kitchen. The Residents’ kitchen is designed to provide cooking facilities for those wishing to practice their cooking skills or simply those wishing to make themselves snacks and is suitable for wheelchair users. It is also a focal area where Residents’ can meet with family and friends, making teas and coffees before relaxing in the adjoining garden conservatory.

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