Seva Independent School
“Striving for Excellence”
part of the SEVA CARE GROUP
“Striving for Excellence”
part of the SEVA CARE GROUP
The Seva Care Group operates registered and dedicated residential services providing short and long-term residential stay for individuals with moderate to severe learning difficulties.
All have modern amenities with en-suite rooms and are fully wheelchair accessible.
Sudbury House is a CQC registered 5 bedroom (en-suite) fully accessible residential home specifically meeting the cultural and vegetarian dietary needs of residents. This home is popular with the local demographic which has a significant number of gujarati residents.
Gayton House is a CQC registered 6 bed fully accessible residential service in Harrow which offers short and long stay residential placements to adults from the age of 18 years old.
We provide support for individuals with learning disabilities with additional complex needs.
Our registered respite facilities offer a dedicated service to young adult (16/17-year old) and all adults from 18 onward. We provide support for individuals with learning disabilities with additional complex needs.
Respite within our homes can offer varied times and durations, from tea visits to overnight stays. We have day respite centres along with 24x7 respite.
Northwick House is a CQC registered 5-bed property based in Harrow which offers a dedicated respite service to young adults (16/17-year old) and all adults from 18 onwards.
We provide support for individuals with learning disabilities who also have complex needs. These needs may include physical disabilities, challenging behaviour or profound and multiple disabilities.
Northwick House aims to support residents to develop household skills and to strive for even greater independence. Support plans are person-centred and reviewed regularly.
Supported living is a CQC registered service designed to help people with a wide range of support needs retain their independence by being supported in their own home. Residents in supported living have their own tenancy and are responsible for their own bills and cost of living.
Our supported living facilities provide people with greater choice over various aspects of their lives. They are located near the town centre and have excellent access to public transport and local shops. Residents also have access to various leisure facilities, places of entertainment and local amenities.
This is what CQC commented in their report :
“People's choices, views and privacy were respected by the service. Staff were kind and involved people in decisions about their care and provided people with emotional support.
People's well-being and their relationships with those important to them were supported”
Our day respite centres are based in north west London and offer a range of staffing levels in support of each of our individuals assessment of needs. Provision is provided for 1:1, 2:1 or 4:1 support. This enables high-quality care for all our individuals
We offer support for low to high needs including profound, complex, multiple, physical, behavioural and autism.
A wide range of activities take place in our own facilities
and within the local community. Each is designed to support personal skills development, the building of social skills and confidence, as well as developing independence.
Activities include creative and expressive art sessions, leisure and sports fitness, horticultural activities, life-skills building, sensory activities and health and well-being. Each activity is designed with the flexibility to allow for choice and to suit every ability.
Activity Sessions on offer include:
The aim of the community outreach is to provide a range of support to help individuals with a learning disability to access the community. At the same time, we work towards supporting individuals to achieve short- and longer-term goals. Support is structured and covers various life skills, including:
• managing health and well-being
• accessing work or training opportunities
• accessing local community groups
Whether someone requires a few hours of outreach support each week or an intensive period to work towards a specific objective, our experienced staff will support people to achieve their goals. As the members we support develop their skills, we adapt our services to meet their changing ambitions.
We will work with you to develop a ‘person-centred plan’ that will look in more detail as to what you would like to achieve. We then create an activity plan which provides details of what support you may benefit from and when the best time is to work with you. All outreach activities are focused on achieving positive outcomes for people. We work together to design and deliver support that promotes greater independence, confidence, and self-esteem.
The important thing to remember when we are working with you on what you want to achieve is that we work to your schedule, not ours.
Seva Accessible Transport provides fully accessible transport services staffed with qualified drivers and passenger assistants to pick up and drop off passengers.
Seva Accessible Transport serves to provide quality, affordable accessible transport. We have a fleet of adapted wheelchair friendly, fully accessible vehicles for individuals with mobility issues who find it difficult to use public transport. We can provide a range of services thanks to our dedicated team of fully trained drivers and passenger assistants.
All our drivers and passenger assistants are fully trained professionals who understand the care requirements and importance of customer service with a smile.
Whether its transport to your daycare centre, shopping trip or hospital appointments we will be happy to discuss and provide transport based on your individual needs.
Our accessible vehicles are fully adapted to support those with limited mobility or physical disability.
Ms. Meleter James
Mr Pritesh Suchdev
205-207 Uxbridge Road
LONDON W13 9AA
Telephone: 020 8422 2999