A real and lasting difference for everyone we support

Location

7 Southdale
Caistor
Market Rasen
LN7 6LS

T: 01472 852282

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Glebe House

About Glebe House

We recognise that for many people, social skills may present difficulties and we therefore provide an appropriate level of support to individuals, for example menu planning, money management and shopping.

Our approach to support:

Glebe House supports a total of 24 people, 12 with residential care and 12 through a unique re-enablement pathway. This pathway is managed by a decicated recovery co-ordinator, who in partnership with our Supported Living service, supports people to gain skills and move on into independent living.

What it’s like to live here:

There is a wide range of activities for people to get involved with, both in and out of the service, ranging from arts and crafts to trips to the cinema and going bowling. We have our own activities co-ordinator who works with everyone at Glebe House to create the best possible activities plan.

Glebe House also has access to a broad selection of voluntary work placements and training programmes for people including food hygiene and fire safety.

Glebe House residential care homeGlebe House is situated in the town of Caistor, in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, approximately 12 miles from Grimsby.

“I love living at Glebe House; the staff are great and have helped me in so many ways from learning new skills such as cooking, taking responsibility for my medication and budgeting my money, to support in helping me discover new hobbies and activities.” – Person supported by Glebe House

Originally built as a vicarage, Glebe House dates back to the 18th century. In recent years, it has been extensively refurbished and extended to provide enviable accommodation with the benefits of a secluded garden and patio area. The rooms are tastefully decorated and most offer en-suite facilities.

Admissions criteria:

Glebe House may be suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

  • Adults aged 18 years and over
  • Individuals who have mental health conditions
  • May also present mild to moderate/severe challenging behaviour