Homes for people
with learning disabilities






The Sons of Divine Providence run three residential care homes for people with learning disabilities. The homes are overseen by experienced and trained staff, most of who hold an NVQ qualification in care. The main purpose of the homes is to provide the residents with semi-independent accommodation whilst retaining an atmosphere of community living. The main duty of the staff is to support and encourage the residents to achieve independence. Click here for Orionecare.

St. John’s
St. John’s is located on the ground floor of Colombo House. It is a residential care home for 6 people with learning disabilities. It is very close to Teddington Lock on the river Thames and the centre of Teddington.

St John’s
1 Ferry Road, Teddington,
Middlesex, TW11 9NN.
Telephone & Fax: 020 8977 7574

Caroline House
Caroline house is a residential care home for 5 people with learning disabilities. It is a large semi-detached house, built in the 1930s, in a suburban setting.

Caroline House
114 Consfield Avenue
Motspur Park, New Malden,
Surrey, KT3 6HE.
Telephone & Fax: 020 8336 2600

Sundial House

Sundial house is a residential care home for 6 people with learning disabilities. It is a converted farm building and is part of the Molesey Venture Complex. It has recently been extended and is full of character.

Sundial House,
Molesey Venture, Orchard Lane,
East Molesey,
Surrey, KT8 0BN.
Telephone & Fax: 020 8398 8620

Adjacent to Sundial House, on its seven acre site by the River Ember the Molesey Horticultural Centre provides day care and training for adults with learning disabilities in horticulture, art and woodwork. The Centre runs a Garden Maintenance Project, carrying out garden maintenance in the Community and sells fruit, vegetables and bedding plants through deliveries to day centres and a weekly stall in the local high street. There is also a programme of outings and festivals and an annual 5 day activity holiday. For more details follow the link to the Horticultural Centre.