Evergreen Lodge Supported Living


Amazin Care are please to announce that their latest supported living for clients with Learning Difficulties and mild Mental Health Problems is now available.

Evergreen Lodge is based in Thamesmead in the London Borough of Greenwich and as with all Amazin Care Homes Staff are on hand 24hrs a day 7 days a week to provide support for clients

This Home comprises four bedrooms with two onsuite Bathrooms and two offsuite bathrooms. The Downstairs has a Bedroom and Bathroom suitable for a client with mobility problems/wheel chair user

Front of House

Back Yard


on Suite Bathroom

Entry Hall

At EverGreen supported housing we offer a positive environment where people’s unique qualities, strengths and abilities are properly recognised. For people who feel lonely or cut off from others, supported housing can provide a safe place to start making friends and building a better life.

EverGreen supported living is where group of clients (4) share a house together. Each person has their own room, but shares living areas with the other people that live in the house. The communal facilities and culture of the house allow clients to get informal support from each other. Household chores are split so that communal areas are kept clean and cooking can be done together, or individually as desired.

Our staff are qualified to provide personal care and support to the people who live in the accommodation and have been assessed as needing this support.  Experienced staff help ensure everyone is involved if they want to be and supported according to their capabilities.

Regulated by the Care Quality Commission

we are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to provide personal care.

We are inspected by London Borough of Bexley, Quality Compliance Team.


  • To provide individualised support for people with learning Disability/ physical disabilities, challenging needs, to enable them to live in their own home, participate and be included in their community.
  • To tailor individual support packages to individual needs through the support plan.
  • To preserve the customer’s privacy, dignity and independence at all times.
  • To maximise their independence, increasing self-esteem, and emotional wellbeing.
  • To ensure full participation of the customer, their relatives, carer, or representatives in decisions, ensuring their changing needs are met on a continuous basis.
  • To ensure the customer’s personal safety in addition to the safety and security of their property.
  • To recognise, celebrate and support different experiences, religion, belief and cultural.
  • To support our client to take control of their lives, and be able to choose their own life path.
  • To provide care support that is person-centred, promotes independence, and increase self-confidence.
  • To cooperate with other care providers to enhance the above aims.
  • We recognise that our staff are our greatest asset. We actively promote a culture of learning and development – supporting our staff to be the best that they can be.
  • To support individuals to achieve their aspirations by providing services that promote, opportunity and inclusion”
  • To provide support that is Holistic approach.

Who will benefit from the Service?

This Service will assist people who:

  • With learning disability who need care support to maintain their independent.
  • Are currently living in their family home (e.g. with their parents) and wish to transition to an independent living situation such as a supported living shared house; or
  • Are currently in residential/Sheltered accommodation settings, and wish to transition to supported living, a home of their choice and live, independently.
  • Respite Services.
  • Facilities for a wheelchair user.

You — as a tenant will be supported to:

 Keep in touch with family / carers and friends etc.

 Complete your personal care / hygiene tasks.

 Look after your laundry and personal items

 Prepare your meals and drinks.

 Plan what food you would like to eat and to follow a healthy well-balanced diet.

 Shop for food, toiletries, household items as well as clothes and any other personal items you may want or need.

 Pay for and obtain receipts for items purchased and record these on your transaction sheet.

 Collect benefits, pay bills, rent and budget effectively.

 Learn new skills

 Attend appointments

 Take prescribed medication

 Attend choice of day time and evening activities.

 Keep safe with the support of positive risk assessment

 Continue with and develop new hobbies and interests.

 Make new friends and to respect each other.

 Make your own choices and decisions

Arrange maintenance and repair to your tenancy as needed by linking with your housing provider.

 Look after your health and well-being and attend relevant appointments which may include:

GP, Optician, Dentist, Chiropodist, Well Persons Clinic, Audiologist,

Dietician, Physiotherapist, Diabetic Clinic, Psychiatrist, Epilepsy Clinic,

Specialist Consultants or other …

How is a person referred to the Service?

A person may be referred by the Social services, by their family member or self-referral.


Ensure regular staff.

One to one with key worker.

24 hours support.

Promotes independence, dignity and Person-centred support.