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Senna House

Supported Living in Essex

Senna House offers supported living for people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health and complex needs in Harlow.

Senna House Supported Living

The site is home to a number of new supported living flats, offering support packages for more independent living, with the benefit of access to the facilities and social activities on offer.

Built to a high standard, with a mix of home comforts and safety in mind, Senna House and flats offer a step-down from residential care, offering a supportive environment that encourages independence with support designed around people’s needs.

Where is Senna House?

Senna House is located in Harlow, Essex. With parks, gardens, entertainment and leisure facilities – as well as a busy town centre – there is plenty on offer for days out and activities. Harlow Town Park is nearby, offering plenty to see and do, including a pets’ corner, water garden, peace wood, outdoor gym and much more. We also support many of our tenants to visit the local leisure centre and sometimes take day trips into London.

Make a Referral

If you’d like to make a referral, or just find out more about us, please get in touch. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you might have, please contact:

Karen Carter

01255 870281

What do we mean by supported living?

Supported living is designed to help people with a range of support needs retain their independence while accessing support that meets their needs. The people we support at Senna House have their own tenancy and are responsible for their own bills and cost of living.

We work in conjunction with housing providers and social landlords, to ensure high-quality accommodation paired with support that empowers people, helping to build their skills and confidence and set goals in line with their individual aspirations. The support is provided by the team at Aldanat Care, with a support package tailored to their individual needs and abilities.

We work with the people we support, their families and social workers, to ensure that every individual is supported to understand and successfully manage their own tenancy, including ensuring that they are supported to access funding and benefits.

Tailored support

Our team focus on positive outcomes and developing the skills and confidence needed to move towards more independent living.

We believe in taking positive risks which harness the potential and individual preferences of each person, ensuring that the people we support are encouraged to set goals, make progress, and be valued and active members of their local community.

Our team is there to support with everything from learning skills such as self-care, cooking and cleaning, to supporting people to enjoy their local area, attend college and much more.

In addition to our team of dedicated support workers, the people we support have access to a trained mental health nurse and an in-house psychologist/forensic psychologist, and a PBS practitioner, who specialises in PBS training and support for our teams. We have strong relationships with a wider multidisciplinary team, ensuring that we can access high-quality speech and language therapists, Occupational Therapists, LD community nursing teams and psychiatrists depending on need.

Become a Support Worker

We’re always on the lookout for good people who are passionate about supporting others. Sound like you?