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Treehaven

Sandy Lane, West Runton, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9LT treehaven@jeesal.org Cromer 01263 837538

Who We Provide Care For

Treehaven, The Main house provides care for individuals with Learning Disabilities and Autism. We also provide support to individuals with more complex needs and other diagnoses. All support we provide is Person Centred, that everyone can receive quality life and live their lives as independently as possible, with support from our dedicated Support Workers, Seniors and Management Team.

Treehaven’s doors were opened in 1988 and ever since we have been providing high quality care for our service users. At total we have 10 service users which have an awesome opportunity to make Treehaven their own home.

What We Offer
About the house
Local Community

Care Provided


Type of Service


Care Home only (Residential Care) – Privately Owned , Registered for a maximum of 12 Service Users

Registered Care Categories


Detention Under Mental Health Act
Learning Disability
Mental Health Condition
Physical Disability
Sensory Impairment
Younger Adults

Specialist Care Categories


Mental Health
Learning Disability
Autism
Physical Disability
Complex Epilepsy

Good to Know


Person in charge


Marzena Dudek-Gastol Manager at Treehaven

Local Authority / Social Services


Norfolk County Council (click for contact details)

Room Information


Single Rooms 12
Rooms with ensuite WC 5

Admission Information



Facilities


Close to Local shops
Gardens for residents
Minibus or other transport
Near Public Transport
Own Furniture if required
Phone Point in own room/Mobile
Residents Internet Access
Residents Kitchenette
Television point in own room
Wheelchair access
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0 Bed Vacancies
0 bedroom(s) available in our lovely Treehaven home.

As you know the country is moving into action in making the vaccine available to front line health and social care staff and equally for all the people we care for and support.

 

Our local CCG has been producing regular information on the subject. One of the areas that we are all trying to address in the health and social care sector in the county is some of the myths and concerns around the vaccine and the vaccine programme. To address this the Norfolk and Waveney CCG has produced some very helpful information on the subject.

 

Please go to the link below for further information:

https://www.norfolkandwaveneyccg.nhs.uk/covid-19-vaccination-programme

 

Myth Buster PDF