Type of property
Ridgeway is a large, detached four-bedroom shared house with a kitchen, living room, dining room and conservatory. There are two bedrooms upstairs which have their own toilet, an upstairs bathroom with a shower and a specialist bath. There is an accessible lift at the property.
Ridgeway also has a large accessible garden with a patio for spending time outdoors.
When you choose supported living, you're choosing to live independently, safe and secure behind your own front door. There's peace of mind in knowing that Lifeways team is on-hand, providing tailored support that helps people to lead more fulfilling lives.
Valued in your community
Ridgeway is located in an attractive residential area on the outskirts of Gravesend. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, takeaways and pubs nearby, as well as a great choice of supermarkets.
Within a few miles you'll find a GP, dentist, post office and pharmacy.
There are lots of attractions and local landmarks in Gravesend, as well as theatres, museums and some great cafes and shops. For people who like to stay active there's Cyclo Park and various gyms and leisure centres to choose from. People also enjoy walking in the area - Shorne Woods and Camer Park are popular destinations.
Living at this service
Life at Ridgeway is suitable for people with learning disabilities, brain injuries, physical disabilities and autism. We are ready to welcome a male of any age who enjoys socialising but also appreciates a quiet house. The current residents are all men between the ages of 50 and 80 who enjoy a high level of independence and lots of social activities.
The people we support here have various hobbies and interests, including listening to and playing music, going for walks, swimming and badminton. They also love being in the community, shopping and going out for lunch.
"Ridgeway is a lively house and the people that live here love to be active and get out and about in the local community. No two days are the same and the staff are loving and caring, it's like one big family."