Our semi-independent home near Canterbury city centre accommodates a maximum of four people and is staffed 24 hours a day to allow for support to be given at a time that suits the young person.
Each young person has their own fully furnished bedroom. There is a well-equipped shared lounge with a large television and wi-fi throughout.
The home is decorated and furnished beautifully and to a high standard and our kitchen has white goods and lockable food cupboards for all.
For safety and security there is a smoke detector in each room, window restrictors in all bedrooms and security cameras inside and outside the property, in communal areas.
Sycamore House is a semi-detached two-storey home which consists of a brightly decorated lounge and dining room, fully functional fitted kitchen, four young people’s bedrooms (which can be tailored to the young person’s personal taste) and a staff sleep-in room.
There is a shared shower room with internal locking mechanisms to promote privacy. Cooking and washing facilities are accessible to all young people resident in the home.
Residents are given the opportunity to choose colour schemes for their bedroom once settled and the furniture is regularly checked and maintained.
There are communal areas including a lounge and an office for young people to meet family and professionals in private. Sycamore House residents can also socialise in the garden area to the rear.
About the location
Sycamore House is situated within a 5-minute walk of Canterbury city centre.
There are good transport links with two mainline stations within a 10-minute walk of the home. There is a bus service operating on the main road out the front of the property.
There are several local colleges within walking distance and young people are supported to access education as independently as possible to ensure they enjoy life and achieve.
Most main denominations and their respective places of worship are within easy access of Sycamore House.
Canterbury’s hospital and minor injuries unit is situated on the outskirts of the city centre and is easily accessible. There is also a large range of activities promoted via access to the local sports and leisure centres where young people can develop their own interests and hobbies.
Canterbury has a population of around 150,000 and enjoys a thriving city centre, with leading high street retailers, a cinema and plenty of unique cafes and little hideaways.
The city centre is a popular tourist attraction and is famous for its cathedral. It has two well known theatres that are available to all.
There are various public leisure facilities close by as well as swimming pools and a bowling alley.
Diagrama Semi-Independent 16+ Operations Manager Andy Smith can be contacted for further information on email@example.com or by calling 07546 517724.