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Kings Cross Lane,
Surrey RH1 5NY,
Telephone: 01737 823 850
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Registered Manager: Dev Soomoodra
Service Manager: Stephen Fullick
Trust Switchboard: 0300 5555 222
Redstone House is a registered social care home for men over the age of 50 with a learning disability and autism. This substantial home is set in a secure, semi-rural location with extensive gardens and single bedrooms. All residents have personalised rooms with their own choice of decorations and furniture.
We are situated within walking distance of South Nutfield, which allows for regular regular shopping trips and visits to the village pub. Many of our residents are members of the National Trust, and enjoy regular trips to the theatre and days at the seaside. Within the home we have frequent musical activity and arts & crafts, as well as visits from Us in a Bus, a registered charity that works to improve communication with people with learning disabilities.
Referrals for Redstone House can be sent to the home directly or via community services for people with learning disabilities/care managers
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