Introducing Sapphire House
Sapphire House provides support for individuals with autism, learning disabilities, mental health needs and complex needs.
The service offers 24/7 specialist residential support and is committed to empowering and encouraging individuals to develop the skills they need to live as independently as possible. Together we will work towards building independent skills, confidence and aspirations to meet their potential.
Read our case studies
Find out how we have supported individuals with complex needs to step down from inpatient settings, to live more independently in the community:
Watch our site tour videoTake a look around our home by watching our video, which showcases some of our communal facilities, an en-suite bedroom and a self-contained flat:
Specialist support for people with autism, learning disabilities, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and mental health needs
Delivering positive behaviour support (PBS) for people who may present with behaviours that challenge
Accommodation made up of one en-suite bedroom and five bedsits and self-contained flats, each with a lounge/ kitchen and en-suite shower facilities
Rated ‘Good’ in all compliance areas by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Close links with local multidisciplinary teams, speech and language therapists, sensory therapists and mental health teams, including psychology support
Innovative person-centred support programmes in a safe and caring environment
Support for individuals to access education and employment opportunities
Progression through a care pathway that fulfils each individual’s maximum potential to live more independently
Therapeutic environments to create a safe and supportive home
Three vehicles available which enables easy access to a range of planned off-site activities, including visits to the snooker hall, tennis club, cinema and football matches
Achieving positive outcomes
By encouraging people to take control and have belief in their potential, we can make positive outcomes a reality for everyone, regardless of age or presumed ability. We create pathways that support individuals through residential to community living, delivering measurable results for both local authorities and the people who use our services.
The team here at Sapphire House are supported by one of our Assessment and Transitions Directors, and our PBS team, to plan and execute successful transitions for individuals from a variety of backgrounds, including those coming from inpatient settings.
We also work closely with our colleagues at Priory Supported Living London & Home Counties to enable our residents to progress to more independent living, when they are ready to do so.
“I like living at Sapphire House as I can see my friends and I am developing my skills.”
Person supported by Sapphire House