Our Residential Care service is designed for people with moderate learning and physical disabilities who need 24/7 care and support. We have three small group homes – Cedars, Maples and Willows - all of which have en suites and are wheelchair accessible.

The living room, dining rooms and kitchens are shared only with your small group.

Building independence skills

We do everything we can to ensure you are personally involved in any decisions that affect you. Everyone takes part in life skills training which can include household tasks, menu planning, shopping and healthy eating, personal care, taking medication, money management and social activities.

Skills & Activities

The special thing about The Grange is that we offer a wide range of skills training and activities all on our beautiful site in Bookham - from catering to creative arts and sailing to singing.

We’ve seen many people gain enough confidence and skills to move on from residential care to our Supported Living service.

The Life Star

Not everyone can express their ideas and feelings verbally and the Life Star is a visual tool that helps open up a dialogue between a person and their key worker (see photo above). Each point of the Star covers an aspect of life such as 'health', 'money matters' and 'friends and family'. The person scores how well they feel each aspect is going. The key worker can then help set realistic goals so that the person can achieve their aims.

“While using the Life, Star Matt decided to lose weight and sleep better at night. We got him a personal trainer and he cut down on sweets. He's lost a stone in weight!" 
Zsolt, Matt's Key Worker

Social life

There’s always something going on at The Grange – we have a swimming pool, drumming, zumba and Boccia classes, we go out to drama, church and theatre groups and we go on holiday. Our staff are here to help you live the life you choose.

To apply for our services, please click here.