Cauldon Place is a community based care home that comprises multiple homes, ranging from single occupancy flats to small shared group homes. The home provides medium to long term residential care for up to 25 adults with diagnosed learning disability, autism and associated complex needs including mental health and behaviors that challenge other services.

The home supports individuals from aged 16 on admission; meeting the varying individual needs of service users, delivering diverse support packages ranging from those who require high level of support to individuals who wish to live more independently but require very specific and dynamic support packages.

The home is supported by a dedicated and experienced management and support team who have a wealth of experience in supporting individuals with complex behavioural and support needs.

People told us they liked the staff because they were kind and caring. One person told us, “Staff are caring. They are brilliant. They all care what happens to us” and “I like all
The staff they care about us all”. We saw that staff were patient and gave people time when they were providing support. Staff showed care and compassion and we saw
people were comfortable when they spoke with staff. The atmosphere within the service was very happy and people were seen smiling and enjoying a laugh with staff.
– Cauldon Place Care Quality Commission report March 2015


We pride ourselves in our supportive culture, we actively encourage continuing professional development (CPD) with all our staff. The organisation continues to develop it’s facilities on campus within the staff training centre.

Care Quality Commission’s purpose is to make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage them to improve. To see the reports click here.