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Silvermead Residential Care Home

We offer support for people with a learning difficulty, such as Autism, Epilepsy and sensory loss, as well as individuals with multiple disabilities. We pride ourselves on a stable home environment, encouraging a healthy diet and participation in the running of the home.

Contacts details

Address:262 Fort Austin Avenue
PL6 5SS
Telephone number: 01752 709757
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Our aim is for everyone to meet their goals and aspirations and to live a full and enjoyable life.

We have been very successful with individuals at the end of life, allowing dignity and support to all parties, working closely with St Luke's Hospice, the local learning disability nurse and the community nurses.

We specialise in, and have had a lot of positive feedback from social services and family on reducing challenging behaviours by offering a safe and consistent environment for people to manage their own behaviours better.

Silvermead is not part of a large chain, we are a small residential home for 13 people, 4 of our rooms are outside of the main house, allowing a little more independence for those who need it. Everyone is encouraged to take part in the preparation of food to be shared with all the housemates, as well as taking care of their own surroundings and room.

Silvermead has a big well-kept garden with plenty of outdoor space for activities and events.

Weekend breaks

We offer respite weekend breaks when our rooms are available. Please telephone us for all enquiries about our vacancies and what we can offer.

The weekend is packed with activities you can join in, alternatively you can take advantage of the large lawned garden and relax amongst the flowers and shrubs, it's up to you.

Staff will be happy to help with any personal care needs you may have or help with mobility.

Silvermead Care Home

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Price: Please contact us for information about our costs
Based: Plymouth
Number of beds: 13 beds
Type of care:
  • Residential
  • Respite
Services available to ages:
  • Under 65
  • Learning disabilities

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