Warren Park residential care

Within the local authority of Kingston upon Thames

Warren Park provides residential care and residential short breaks for young people with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and challenging behaviour

Our Vision is a society where all children and young people have a sense of belonging, are valued and experience the joy of life.

Our Purpose is to provide a stable, secure, enabling and nurturing environment for disabled children and young people aged 8-18 years.

Our Aim is to provide the best possible care and to enable young people to lead happy and fulfilling lives.

Located on leafy Kingston Hill and close to Richmond Park, Warren Park is about three miles from Kingston town centre with good road and public transport links. Warren Park offers an excellent range of local facilities helping us to foster links with the local community. Our garden backs on to Richmond Park, which we can access with a short walk. Warren Park is within easy access to numerous different local activities and Kingston town centre for shopping, bowling, cinema, theatre trips, (etc.); and central London activities like the Science Museum.

Warren Park provides residential care and residential short breaks for young people with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and challenging behaviour. We encourage young people to make choices for themselves and develop life skills. With our well-resourced environment Warren Park embraces the individuality of young people by offering warmth, compassion and in-depth understanding of their needs to ensure that those with the most complex and profound needs achieve positive outcomes.

Residential facilities

Accommodation for short breaks is provided in Hazel House, a six bedroom well-spaced bungalow to allow access for wheelchairs. Bedrooms and bathrooms are equipped with adjustable equipment and hoists.

Residential services to support young people with Autistic Spectrum Continuum and associated learning, social and communication difficulties are provided in the Burrows, a five bedroom unit decorated in neutral tones to reduce the likelihood of over sensory stimulation. We encourage and provide space for family to visit and maintain family bonds.

The houses are organised, calm and stimulating. There is a communal kitchen in each house to provide nutritious and varied meals. Each house has its own private garden with swings. The young people have access to a sensory room, large play area and garden with adapted swing and sunken trampoline in the Den.

Committed residential care team

Quality, reliability and consistency of staff is paramount. All staff have DBS checks and undergo a comprehensive induction procedure, training programme, supervision, appraisals and are supported by colleagues and line managers at all times.

In partnership with parents, schools, the community and local authorities

At Warren Park we understand the importance of working closely with parents and families, carers, schools, the community and the local authorities as well as other professionals. Through Key Workers each child is provide individual support and maintains good links with the young person’s family and professional network.