Chepstow House

Our Support

Chepstow House is a residential and supported living service based in Ross-on-Wye that provides support for people with Learning Disabilities, Autism and Mental Health Needs. The residential home supports up to 14 adults, offering a variety of supportive pathways, personalised to suit each person’s specific needs. We are focused on the strengths, interests and dreams of each person we support.

Our Approach 

Chepstow House focuses on person-centred planning for the people we support to ensure they receive the appropriate support. We provide an atmosphere that will improve the quality of their lives and helping them to fulfil their potential. Person-centred planning is regularly monitored to include any changes that can enhance the health and enjoyment for the people we support.


Chepstow House is split into two sections catering for different needs.

  • The main house specialises for the older age range; it has 11 single rooms; five ground-floor, (two with en-suite), and six on the first floor.
  • The second section has one flat, with three separate bedrooms, shared bathroom and kitchen facilities, and a lounge/dining room. This caters for younger people with learning disabilities who may also display challenging behaviours.

There are also communal areas including kitchen, dining room, lounge and front/rear gardens. The home also has a lift for residents on the first floor. We also have a specialised wheelchair vehicle to assist transporting those with complex disabilities.

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Mental Health Needs, Learning Disabilities and Acquired Brain Injuries
  • Capacity: 14 Adults
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Ross On Wye
  • General enquiries: 01989 566027
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