3 New Hill



Location: Purley is a peaceful, well-presented, detached bungalow in a residential area within walking distance of Pangbourne railway station which links to Reading main train station. Nestled on the edge of Reading and borders, this stylish and elegant bungalow is situated in the sought-after village of Purley on Thames, (locally known as Purley).  Purley is centred 3 miles (4.8 km) north-west of Reading, consequently, the Reading urban area is the principal social, economic and cultural centre for the people of Purley. With such an ideal location, our service users enjoy the benefits of activities and shopping within vibrant Reading town and a quiet countryside of Purley, with easy access to Beale Park. Also benefiting from excellent transport links to town centre, there is frequent bus services and the bus stop is a few steps from the house.

The house: The bungalow comprises stunning three bedrooms, all with wood laminate flooring offering lavishly fitted wardrobes. The home features an exclusive relaxing lounge, dining room and a fully integrated kitchen. The home also comes with the option of a fourth bedroom which is used as an office. There is a spacious walk-in shower/wet room with fitted shower chair and rainwater style shower head, a vanity hand wash basin with a generous storage cupboard, extractor fan and canopy-style window to the side. The house has spectacular grounds with a rich and fascinating decking area view, two outside shades for extra storage and utilities. At the front of the house, in addition to the large garage there is off road parking for up to four vehicles. On the back of the house, there is a private garden area laid on a combination of grass, footpaths and patio. All-in-all, Purley is a beautiful home like no other and not to be missed!

Care & Support Service: We provide support to service users with profound learning disabilities who have been assessed to meet the national eligibility threshold for care and support as outlined in the Care Act 2014. Our service users use wheelchairs; hence the hallways are wide enough for wheel chair access. We pride in making a real impact on our service users & their families. We provide outcome focused care for adults with learning disabilities, who also have behaviours that challenge and associated complex needs. We support our service users to stay safe, healthy and well.

The home has a dedicated, confident support staff team and a professional, ambitious manager. With our unconditional positive regard, person- centred approaches, passion and empathy, we empower and support service user independence and help them achieve their goals. We do this by putting together individualised care plans and support guidelines with the service users. These sets out what help they need and how it will be provided. When we write care and support plans, we involve the service users as much as possible. We keep the care and support plans up to date and review these once a year, to make sure they still meet the service users’ needs. If our service user’s needs change, we are responsive and review plans when their circumstances have changed, for example after they have been in hospital. With consent, we also speak to the other people involved in our service users’ care, for example their family members or GP.

We thrive to improve our practice through getting feedback from our stakeholders. Getting different perspectives on our behaviour and performance is a powerful method for self-reflection. It is a driving force behind understanding ourselves, increasing our practice and making decisions about any changes we may wish to make in the best interest of our service users. We believe that open, constructive, honest feedback, although sometimes be hard to hear, is the best way to improve practice.

Range of support:

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Physical Disability Support
  • Mental Health Support
  • Dementia Support
  • Sensory Impairment
  • Epilepsy Support
  • Management of Diabetes Support
  • Multiple Diagnoses