Caprani Care offers Supported Living and Community Support Services for people with a learning disability and/or a mental health problem in the South London and Surrey areas. We provide personalised, individually focussed 24-hour care and supported living to our service users, and we support individuals with transition from home, residential homes, hospitals and institutions into supported living. We have recently been awarded an Outstanding Rating by the Care Quality Commission.
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We have recently implemented Person Centred Software as well Access, these are digital care and compliance systems.
We have set up our own day service, providing personalised activities for all of our service users. We have been busy celebrating equality and diversity week, friendship week and mental health awareness week- just to name a few! We have been supporting our service...
“Our son started at Caprani Care nearly eighteen months ago. He has settled really well and loves it. It is all due to the complete dedication and conscientiousness of care by the proprietors and staff. The atmosphere on entering the house is always very relaxing, welcoming and friendly. Nothing is too much trouble, and staff members are always there to help in anyway. If there are any queries, they are always answered and dealt with straight away. Great care is taken to keep the house clean and tidy. There are four lads residing, so, it is small and informal, which is ideal for our son. We could not have found a more suitable place. It is such a relief and comforting to us as his parents, to know he is always going to receive such professional and thorough care from really great staff. Keep up the excellent work!”
— Mr. & Mrs. Williams
Sherbrooke, 11 Croydon Lane South, Banstead, SM7 3AF
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“Our son has been at Caprani Care for about a year now, having moved from one of the big care providers, and the improvement in his demeanour, health and general well being is phenomenal. Many thanks to all staff and managers at Caprani. Big is NOT best, smaller units like this are definitely the way forward.”
— Paula and Richard N