Residential care

We provide long-term residential care for adults with a learning disability and adults on the autism spectrum.

My son is very well supported and all of his needs are met.” – Parent

Residential care at Lisieux Trust

Lisieux Trust currently manages two residential services. One of these services supports 9 residents and the other supports 12. The services provide 24-hour domestic care for adults with a learning disability and adults on the autism spectrum who need round-the-clock support. Located in the Sutton Coldfield area of Birmingham, the homes are managed and run by experienced and friendly registered managers. Our managers are responsible for ensuring the right support is available for all aspects of residents’ daily needs and wellbeing.

Both services are registered with the Care Quality Commission who regularly visit to carry out inspections. Both services are rated as ‘Good’ by CQC.

What's included?


  • Accommodation, including homely shared living areas, a garden, and a private bedroom that the person can have decorated as they choose.
  • Support to access a programme of activities, volunteering, or education based on the person’s choices, interests and skills.
  • Support to develop and maintain skills in the home such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry.
  • Support with personal care needs, such as washing, dressing and using the toilet.
  • Support to apply for appropriate benefits and manage finances, if the person does not have someone appointed to do this for them.
  • Encouragement to build and maintain relationships with the people they choose to have in their life.
What's included? (cont.)


  • Support to take medication appropriately and to attend medical appointments.
  • A ‘Move-In’ furniture pack, including a bed, mattress, chest of drawers and wardrobe.
  • All meals. Residents choose what they would like to eat and when.
  • Activities out and about in community venues.
  • Regular social events with other residents and tenants, supported by Lisieux Trust.
  • Transport to and from activities and outings.
  • Most importantly, a fun and happy home with people who care about them.

In residential care, the support and accommodation are usually paid for by a local authority Adult Social Services. Each person will have met with a social worker prior to moving in. The social worker will assess the person’s needs and, based on this assessment, an agreement is made between the person, Adult Social Services, and us. The agreement states what kind of support we need to provide for that person. Adult Social Services will then pay an agreed amount to cover the cost of this support.

Residential Home: Lisieux House

Lisieux House


Lisieux House is situated on Birmingham Road in Sutton Coldfield. This service collectively houses 12 adults with a learning disability, autism, or both across two buildings: Lisieux House and Bartres Bungalow. Lisieux House and Bartres Bungalow are both managed by Registered Manager, Denise Barratt, and Deputy Manager, Charlotte Atkinson. Facilitating the varying and complex needs of our residents, they are supported by a team of support workers.

Key features of Lisieux House:


  • Rated as ‘Good’ by CQC
  • 3 storey house
  • 8 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms/shower rooms
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Large dining room
  • Comfortable, modern lounge
  • Dedicated hair-dressing station
  • Beautiful gardens with an allotment section
  • Gardening and maintenance service
  • 5-minute walk into Sutton Coldfield town centre
Key features of Bartres Bungalow:


  • Rated as ‘Good’ by CQC
  • Ground floor property
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 1 en suite
  • Two shared bathrooms/shower rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Spacious living room
  • Accessibility ramps and lifts at entrance
  • Large accessible garden
  • Gardening and maintenance service
  • 5-minute walk into Sutton Coldfield town centre

Residential Home: Francis House

Francis House


Francis House is located on Cofield Road in Sutton Coldfield, and is home to eight adults with a learning disability, autism, or both. The project is managed by Registered Manager, Mary Heap, and a Deputy Manager, with a team of support workers.

Key features of Francis House:


  • Rated as ‘Good’ by CQC
  • 9 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms/shower rooms
  • Large, modern kitchen
  • Spacious living area
  • Sensory room
  • Staff room
  • Beautiful gardens with a large outdoor seating area
  • Gardening and maintenance service
  • 5-minute walk into centre of Boldmere

Residential Team

Mary Heap
Registered Manager
Charlotte Atkinson
Deputy Manager

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