Quality Reliable Care comprises of a number of services offering specialised care ranging from our residential home, Valley View Barn to a number of independently owned supported accommodation services offering a mixture of shared and independent supported accommodation.
Our services cater for men and women over the age of 18 and focus upon providing 24-hour care and support whilst supporting the service users to access their local community.
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Our services are located in Horam, Eastbourne, Ninfield, St. Leonards on Sea and Little Common, near Bexhill on Sea.
Privately owned, Quality Reliable Care aims to make a positive difference to the lives of service users by providing a range of high quality, specialist services.
Opened in 2008 Valley View Barn was purpose-built and is set in 2 acres of landscaped grounds located 14 miles north of Eastbourne, and 18 miles south of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Valley View Barn has been designed to be mobility friendly
and have a relaxed homely feel.
Building on the success and reputation of Valley View Barn further services were opened that are managed by QRC Dom Care, offering supported living accommodation based on the same core principles of creating a homely atmosphere
while delivering person centred care.
Domiciliary Care and Support Services
Quality Reliable Care has accommodation in Horam, Eastbourne, Ninfield, St. Leonards on Sea and Little Common, near Bexhill on Sea.
Valley View Barn is our residential establishment with 12 rooms all over 20 square metres in size.
Meal times are flexible and the menus offer choice and variety. Service Users may request food not on the menu by prior discussion and arrangement with staff.
The kitchen is open 24 hours for hot and cold beverages and snacks.
“People were supported to do their own shopping and be involved in food preparation where they had capacity they make their own decisions around food. People with communication difficulties were supported with the use of picture cards to be involved in menu planning.” (CQC report)
The objectives for the Daily Activity Programme are as follows:
For each service user to undertake a structured programme of activities that facilitates them to work towards achieving the goals identified in the service user plan.
To ensure activities are linked to the identified goals and are carried out in a way that reflects the service users’ individual communication and learning style.
For service users to experience a range of activities that take place on site and within community based settings.
For service users to be assisted to attend therapeutic, paid, or voluntary employment.
For service users to be supported to attend further education courses.
That all activities are risk assessed in a way that is not life limiting.
Valley View Barn benefits from its own Sensory / Quiet Room.
The sensory room can help those who have learning difficulties, developmental disabilities or sensory impairments learn to interact with the world around them, but in a safe environment that builds up their confidence and their ability. The user gets an unrestrained non-threatening space where they can explore at their own leisure. This freedom lets their support worker / carer see what calms them, rouses them and what they like or don’t like.
See what our service users have been getting up to across our homes!
To find out more about our services or employment positions, please contact us today and a friendly member of staff will be in touch!