The Grange in Bookham supports around 100 adults with disabilities to live as independently as possible and to have a fulfilled and happy life. We are a charity, a housing association and a registered care provider so we can provide high-quality accommodation, care and support in a person-centred way. Most people come to The Grange after college but there is no upper age limit.
People we support at The Grange include those with learning and physical disabilities, such as Down’s Syndrome, autistism, severe epilepsy, Fragile X, restricted mobility and communication difficulties. We are unique in the Surrey area as we can offer a wide range of services all on one site. People can either live in our accommodation or come in on a day-basis to access skills and activities sessions, depending on their needs.
Our beautiful 8-acre site boasts a sensory garden, Victorian Walled garden, Horticulture centre and shop, Woodwork cabin, Catering kitchen, Hydrotherapy pool, Creative Arts & Textile studio, Karten CTEC Centre, Communications programme (including Makaton) and a healthy eating and fitness programme. We offer:
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We are delighted whenever people with disabilities take steps towards greater independence and achieve their goals. Some have moved into their own independent living flats, others have found fulfilling volunteer jobs and work experience, and a few have part-time paid employment. Everyone makes friends, enjoys social life, outings and activities.
We are CQC rated as ‘Good’ and we are a Surrey Care Association Founder Subscriber. In our Annual Satisfaction Surveys, staff and people we support rate us highly.
All you need to know about applying for our services at The Grange.