53 Churchfields, in the village of Headley, is a semi‐detached home for up to four men with learning difficulties. A trained staff team provides high‐quality care in a safe and homely environment.
“Since living at Churchfields our son has gone from strength to strength…
I can’t praise the staff highly enough… they’re great…
they’ve made a big difference to our family.”
]With a large enclosed garden and individualised bedrooms on both the ground and first floors, the home provides support for independently mobile service users. The house has been configured to provide ample communal space to include a dining area, bright conservatory and relaxation room as well as a large lounge.
As with all our services, 53 Churchfields is located in a community setting. Although the home has access to the fleet of company vehicles, it is very near the bus route into both the local village and nearby towns. Local amenities including pubs, shops, a Post Office, church and friendly doctors’ surgery are all within easy walking distance.
“We would like to express our gratitude for the wonderful care that our son receives….
it has been so good to see how much he has progressed…
since being under the Omega Elifar umbrella.”
The parish of Headley borders on Surrey and is mentioned in the Domesday Book as ‘Hallege’.The civil parish includes various hamlets and has a current population of around 5,700.
Although Headley Mill still grinds corn using the power of the river on a site where a watermill has stood since Saxon times; it is perhaps more well‐known for the numerous 70’s pop groups who used the recording studios at Headley Grange (notably, Genesis, Fleetwood Mac and Led Zeppelin’s famed
Stairway to Heaven).