The exterior of St Cecilia care home

St Cecilia's

In the leafy suburbs of Bromley, St Cecilia’s is home for 30 disabled adults. At St Cecilia's, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional care and support for individuals with physical disabilities and mild learning disabilities. We offer a range of amenities and services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our residents. 

Find us

St Cecilia's
Street address
32 Sundridge Avenue
Post town
Postal code
Phone number
Service manager:
Simon Chikumbindi

What we offer

  • Physiotherapy
  • On-site chapel
  • Wheelchair access
  • Gardens with pond and wildlife area

Who we support

We cater to individuals with physical disabilities and mild learning disabilities, offering specialised care and support to meet their unique needs. 

Whether it's assistance with mobility, personal care, or medication management, our team is committed to providing compassionate and individualised care to each resident. 

St Cecilia's is a great home if you would like to enjoy the quiet lifestyle of Kent. All of our team are committed to creating a positive experience for our residents. We put a lot of effort in our activities and you'll find that there's something for everyone here.

St Cecilia's staff member

What care we provide

Our team of qualified nurses and support workers assist people with all aspects of their daily living, taking time to understand what is important to each individual.

We help with all forms of personal care and daily medication management. We have a range of tasty food options and can meet various dietary requirements. Residents receive high-quality, person-centred care in a safe and comfortable environment. 

What activities are available

At St Cecilia's, we are dedicated to enhancing the lives of our residents by providing engaging activities inside and outside the service. We strive to create a supportive environment where people can thrive. 

Below are some examples of in-house activities available to our residents:

  • Arts and crafts sessions
  • Music therapy
  • Gardening
  • Adaptive sports
  • Cooking and baking classes

We also have a sensory room equipped with stimulating sensory experiences such as lights, sounds, textures, and aromas.

Outside of the service, people take on a wide range of activities in the local community, depending on what they want to do. Our residents enjoy trips to places including local parks and garden centres, cafés and bowling alleys.

Get in touch

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