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STEPS supports people with epilepsy who live in their own homes in the community. Staff help clients maintain tenancy and independent living by providing care with a person-centred approach. Support can include help with personal care routines and physical assistance with daily tasks.

Croft Cottage

The Croft Cottage is a community based unit that provides a small homely environment for adults who have transitioned from children’s to adult services.

Greene House

Greene House aims to make residents feel valued and respected in a happy and friendly atmosphere, providing personal and social care in a person-centred way. Dedicated to supporting the individual dreams of residents, employees are involved in a broad range of activities.

Micholls House

Residents at Micholls House are very active and are encouraged to be involved in all decisions about their lives, embrace new opportunities, and broaden their experiences. We inspire this in a safe environment, with a strong focus on activities and education.

Morton House

Providing a happy atmosphere in a homely environment, Morton House offers a full range of personal and social care based on individual choices and needs. Giving regular 1-1 meetings with residents to discuss issues important to them, our staff a

Milton House

Supported by specialist-trained and committed staff, Milton House aims to motivate the ambitions of each resident, and help them achieve their aspirations.

Russell House

Our large, modern, purpose-built house is home to adults with epilepsy combined with multiple learning disabilities.

Queen Elizabeth House

Queen Elizabeth House is our only nursing-led service. Staff are energetic, flexible, and think outside the box. We train them on both verbal and non-verbal communication, and in basic clinical skills where they learn how to distinguish and report seizures. Providing assistance to residents with physical disabilities, our staff use manual handling aids such as hoists

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