Richmond Mews is a community based care home providing 24 hour nursing and personal care for adults with a learning disability. We support individuals with mild to severe learning disabilities, some of whom also have physical disabilities, Autism, sensory impairment, behaviours that challenge or specific health needs.

We look to offer a ‘home for life’ for people from age 18 right through to the end of their lives; and pride ourselves on the fact that some of our residents have been living with us for over twenty years, when we first opened our doors.

A team of dedicated nursing and support staff, strive to encourage and develop independence and social inclusion, in a safe and supportive environment. Our service users have access to our company activity centres (LINKS & Networks) and the home also has its own activity staff team.

Richmond Mews offers a range of accommodation in order to meet varying levels of need; including bespoke single occupancy flats, shared group homes and a purpose built high dependency unit.

Located at the heart of the vibrant community of Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, just a stone’s throw away from the city centre, Hanley; the home is close to a wide range of local amenities including a variety of sport and leisure facilities, shops, pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants, cinemas, theatres, parks and places of worship. The location also benefits from good transport links.

The service was caring. People were treated with kindness, compassion and respect and their dignity and independence was promoted. People were enabled to make choices about their care and staff respected the choices people made.
– Richmond Mews, Care Quality commission report October 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.