Millfield House

We offer specialist care for:

Cerebral Palsy

Head/Brain Injury

Complicated Health Care Needs

Multiple Sclerosis


Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus


Our residential care homes provide accommodation together with personal care. Each person has a room in a property that is shared with other people. Twenty-four-hour care and support will be provided on site and meals will be included.

Our team of highly trained care workers support people during the day and at night when needed.

We encourage individuals to do as much for themselves as possible, and we are committed to supporting people to fulfil their potential.

All Residential Care Homes are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) under the Care Standards Act 2000 and are regularly inspected.

Our residential care homes provide shared accommodation which enables people to develop friendships and share social activities, reducing the likelihood of social isolation.

Our homes have an inclusive fee for accommodation, care and support and all household expenses.

Our homes provide nutritional meals and these are included in the fee.

Our residential care homes include support to join in in-house or external activities. We provide support for people to access the community and leisure opportunities; and to participate in their hobbies and interests.

All care homes are regulated by CQC which gives a guarantee of quality – for care provided and for the environment.

Anyone who has physical disabilities and/or learning disabilities/autism. All of our homes are fully accessible to wheelchair users. We have a range of people with different disabilities including people who have experienced strokes, those with multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, epilepsy, verbal communication difficulties and people with complex healthcare needs.

Funding is usually from either social services or health and depends on people’s individual care needs. People who have private funding are also eligible.

The amount of individual one-to-one care and support you receive will be individually assessed based on specific needs. In addition, our highly trained, professional staff are available on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week to support you when required.

You can contact us for more help and information.

Continue down the page and complete the contact form and a member of our team will get in touch.

Alternatively, you can call us direct on 01303 248313