Trusted care in London and Essex
Domiciliary home care, residential care and supported living for vulnerable children, adults and the elderly
We understand that placing the care of a family member or loved one in the hands of a professional carer or support worker can be fraught with anxiety. That’s why we go the extra mile to put you at ease with our exceptional care services in London and Essex.
Whether you’re looking for domiciliary home care for an elderly loved one, residential care or supported living for an adult with learning disabilities or residential care for a child with learning disabilities, we’ll ensure they receive the very best in compassionate care. Here’s how:
- By providing holistic care which caters to our service users’ physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs.
- By focusing our rigorous recruitment process on carers and support workers with a genuine passion for helping others.
- By ensuring our carers and support workers receive comprehensive, on-going training and support
- By treating our service users like family, empowering them to live as independently as possible
- By providing in-house occupational therapy to service users so they are equipped to enjoy a full life.
Our care services
Care for the elderly where they are most comfortable — at home. This includes specialist care for those with dementia or learning disabilities, as well as end-of-life care, in the London Borough of Havering.
Care for younger adults with learning disabilities in supported living housing. We work with Registered Social Landlord (RSL) housing partners, Independent Housing Limited and London & Quadrant, to provide high-quality accommodation in Romford, Barking and Chigwell alongside our care and support.
Care for adults with complex learning disabilities at our adult residential care home, Strathfield Gardens in Barking, Essex. We provide care that promotes education, learning and career development.
Care for children aged 12–18 with learning disabilities at our children’s home, Cameron House in Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex. Care includes teaching children important life skills including self-esteem, social interaction and independence.
Our in-house occupational therapist provides training and support to our staff to help service users develop and maintain the skills they need to be functional at home, at school, at work and beyond.
After my husband had a stroke we were offered the service of the Lodge Group. The carer’s are great and help me care for my husband the way I want. The 24 hour helpline gives me peace of mind.
The carer’s have been visiting me for around 2 years now. My regular carer is amazing and knows exactly what I need to make me comfortable, I would recommend them.
Lodge Group have been looking after both of us for around 6 months. The support we get from their carers means our daughter can focus more on her own family than us.
Our recent blog posts
Read the very latest from Lodge Group Care Blog including news for our service users, care industry updates and events.
How the home care sector is finding solutions that truly support people
Integrated Care Systems the journey so far – ‘How the home care sector is finding solutions .
Alzeimer’s Society Cup Cake Day, Thursday 14th June
Please come along and join us at our Romford office to help raise money for the Alzeimer’s .