Yew Trees

12 The Street, Kirby-le-Soken, Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, East, CO13 0EE

Based in the village of Kirby-le-Soken, Essex, Yew Trees is a 10 bed specialist high dependency complex care service providing assessment and treatment for women with learning disabilities and complex needs. The team can also support people with additional mental and physical health needs, those with complex behaviours, as well as those who have been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Yew Trees is a large art deco property set in its own grounds within a quiet village location, offering spacious accommodation. The service consists of two elements; a nine bed provision supporting women with learning disabilities and complex needs, and a self-contained bespoke apartment offering 24 hour care and support for someone requiring more intensive support.

Everyone has their own room, which they are encouraged to personalise and decorate to suit their taste. There is a choice of lounges and communal areas for people to use, as well as a private and spacious garden to the back of the house, which service users can use to relax or for activities. There is also an activity room where people can enjoy a range of indoor activities including music, arts and crafts, and relaxation sessions. Yew Trees has a dedicated activity coordinator who supports people to have individual activity plans, which are created based on each person’s likes and hobbies.

The people who come to Yew Trees are encouraged and supported to access the local community. There are local village shops and amenities within walking distance. The service has its own transport, which people can use for activities and to access the local community. There are also a number of local public transport links. There is plenty of choice for outdoor leisure activities in the area, including a swimming pool, colleges and a gym.

Our facilities:

  • En-suite bedroom
  • Choice of lounges
  • Dining room
  • Private, spacious garden
  • Activity room

Community links:

  • Village shops
  • Leisure centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Colleges

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Festive fun in the South East

The people we support in some of our residential learning disability in the South East got in the festive spirit at their Christmas party recently, with festive fun and games.

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