West Midlands DY6 7DA
Tel: 01384 404233
Fax: 01384 291475
Some bed availability
Riverside is a small residential home for men and women with a learning disability or mental health problem.
We provide 24-hour care covering specialist support and general assistance with everyday living, and we ensure that the dignity, individuality and privacy of everyone at the centre is always maintained.
Each of our three houses has space for eight people, and each house has its own dedicated team and senior support workers.
Situated in quiet, pleasant Kingswinford, in the West Midlands, our centre has easy access to the towns of Dudley and West Bromwich.
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Located in a quiet, pleasant location in Kingswinford, near to Dudley and West Bromwich
Around 10 minute drive from Dudley on the B4176
Nearest train station is Stourbridge Town on the London Midland line
Birmingham Airport is 30 miles away
On site free parking
24 bedrooms in three, two-storey houses
All rooms are single and en-suite
Spacious dining and social areas
Communal areas for hobbies and interests
Social activities programme
Mini bus for outings and appointments
We make a careful assessment of a resident's needs before they join us at Riverside. We talk to the resident and, where possible, the family to draw up a care plan.
We encourage our residents to develop their strengths and skills to give them greater independence and a sense of fulfilment.
During your stay with us we will make sure that you see a GP regularly for any ongoing conditions and we will access additional healthcare services when needed.
We care and support adults with a learning disability such as Asperger's syndrome or Autistic Spectrum disorders. We also look after adults with mental health conditions such as bipolar and personality disorders. We can also provide care for adults with early onset dementia.
Caring at Riverside
Our residents are encouraged to participate in making their plans of care and support, and the involvement of family and friends is greatly valued. Visits from friends and family are encouraged, as are hobbies, interests and social interaction, inside and outside the centre.
Our manager, Kelly Cox, leads a team of caring, experienced and dedicated carers and support workers. With a focus on physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, they also provide support in self-care, living skills and social needs. Special attention is also paid to continuing physical and mental healthcare needs, where psychiatry, psychology, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy can be provided by the local community teams.