Grainger House in the Midlands is an enhanced 24/7 supported living service for people living with a mental health diagnosis, mild learning disability or autism.
Grainger House is located in Cradley Heath in Birmingham. This spacious, modern building contains 17 contemporary studio flats, 2 communal kitchens and 2 lovely lounge areas for our residents to use and enjoy.
As with all of our services, our residents benefit from ‘The Northern Healthcare model of enhanced supported living’, with 24/7 support onsite and clinical input from a Registered Mental Health Nurse and Occupational Therapist.
All areas of our home are comfortable and friendly, and you have a choice of sociable or quiet communal spaces to relax with each other or welcome family and friends.
Located close to the centre of Cradley Heath, there is easy access to shops, local amenities, health care services, educational facilities and public transport. There is also a church, hairdressers, gym and several cafés and restaurants nearby. Residents can find more details of things to do in our area can be found in our “Area Guide”, including local beauty spots, indoor and outdoor activities and more places to go.
Grainger House have several activities taking place each week, which residents are more than welcome to get involved with. There is something for everyone to enjoy each day. Activities and events are designed for all interests and abilities and we encourage people to stay active and involved. A few firm favourites are our social cooking evenings and movie nights!
We encourage our residents to be actively involved in our monthly residents’ meeting, where our team and our residents come together to share feedback and new ideas.
Our specialist team at Grainger House is here to help you take the next step, whatever that may be in warm and welcoming surroundings. Grainger House’s dedicated care team includes Registered Mental Health Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Support Workers Team Leaders and a Service Manager. Our team provides an excellent standard of care, 24 hours a day.
“People were supported to have maximum choice and control of their lives and staff supported them in the least restrictive way possible and in their best interests; the policies and systems in the service supported this practice.”
This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic the Northern Healthcare Award winners are being crowned digitally. Jodie Langley from Grainger House was recognised as an individual who goes the extra mile to make a difference to the daily lives of those…