Ofsted Registration Number - 1271222

The Bungalow and The Springfield are both specialist 2 bedded homes and The Westwood 3 bedded for all young adults aged 18 - 25 who require a long term setting. It is a CQC registered setting for providing accommodation for those requiring personal care.

We offer a nurturing and calm environment for young people with learning/physical disabilities. Quite often our young people have significant sensory and communication issues. They may also have some behavioural needs.

All staff undergo a stringent training programme prior to commencing work within the company. This includes the Management of Actual or Potential Aggression, Autism/LD and communication awareness, Moving and Handling, Medication Administration, First Aid amongst other specialist training as per the needs of the young person.

We believe every young person has the right to a fulfilling and rewarding life where they can achieve their goals and ambitions.

We don't offer a standard residential home, we offer a loving and caring 'home' that meets the individuals' needs in a person centred way.

We offer residential options for solo and dual occupants in a bespoke manner; where on receipt of referral we will acquire a property to meet individual needs and care plan appropriately.

For more information on our services please contact: rebecca@gs-socialcare.co.uk or faye@gs-socialcare.co.uk


"The Meadows" aims to provide care and accommodation for up to 5 young people with a Learning Disability, Physical Disability, Sensory Impairment and/or Autistic Spectrum Disorder, who may also display associated challenging behaviour. In addition to this the person may also have a medical health complex need and who may require nursing or personal care. The age group for accommodation is 0 - 18 (17 on date of admission) years of either gender.

Our mission at "The Meadows" is to offer young people in crisis a family environment where they can settle, relax and bring some stability to their lives. An environment where they will recieve understanding, encouragement and support from adults who care and are trained to work in a professional and non-judgmental way. Our staff will work hard to support and encourage the young people to reach their full potential and prepare them for the responsibilities of future citizenship and independence.

Every young person in our care at the service shall be treated with respect, dignity, kept safe and can expect all their individual needs met using a person centered approach, and that their views, wishes and feelings will be sought at every opportunity.

We believe that all people with a disability must have equal social and economic opportunities to ensure their development and wellbeing. It is our aim to provide support to every individual to have access to their education, or employment and to support people with disabilities with social and recreational interests either at the Centre or in the wider community.

The service aim is to work in partnership with every family, statutory local authorities and professional bodies who are involved with the welfare of children or adults in the care of "The Meadows"

Contact Naomi our registered manager for more details - naomi@gs-socialcare.co.uk - 01254 877301


Residential for Children



Residential for Adults


Registered and fully compliant with CQC.