More about the house
Southview Close is located in Tooting, south-west London. It is 10 minutes walk from Tooting overground station and 15 minutes walk from Tooting Broadway tube.
Southview Close is home to twelve adults who have a learning disability and/or autism. There are four flats: two on the ground floor and two on the first floor, each with three bedrooms.
Hello from the housemates
The current flatmates are men and women aged between 40 and 85.
Meet the team
People living at Southview Close are supported by a team of 20 which includes the Frontline Manager and 2 Senior Support Workers. There are three staff on each day shift and two members of staff at night.
CQC Rating: Good
"We are delighted with the great care and support that my family member is receiving; He is obviously happy and relaxed, well looked after and their physical, personal and emotional needs are being met."
“Relatives were very happy with the care and support their family members received. They said they were involved in planning their care and were able to visit the service without restrictions. They said the support workers were always welcoming and looked after their family members really well.”
“Some of the support workers we spoke with had been working at the service for a number of years and they understood and supported people how they wanted to be supported. They said the length of time they had been employed meant that they got to know people well and people were comfortable in their company. This was reflected in the feedback we received from relatives and in our observations of care.”
“Staff support my relative in a professional, caring and inclusive way to enable him to access local events and places of interest. He enjoys spending quality time with his family and we are actively involved in his home life.”
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