Maddison House in North-fleet is another addition to our supported housing network. It is a seven bed-room property (akin to small bedsits) in a spacious and modern four storey building in Northfleet. The property is on the major public transport routes and a short distance to Gravesend town centre.
Each of KASBAH housing projects has a slightly different niche; Seabrooke House is our only 24 hour supported short term project which trains young adults with the potential to live independently in the next two years in the life skills necessary to keep the person safe, well and happy. Each person has their own individual learning plan and all needs and ambitions are welcomed. Hattie Webb House is a more independent service with like minded young people living in a shared house with support as and when they require it, this services specialises in physical disabilities.
Rochester Road currently has a live in staff member and is able to support a higher level of learning disability (this property does not have full wheelchair access).
Maddison House is a longer term project for predominantly able disabled young adults to live in a shared living environment with individ- ual support packages to meet each young dis- abled person's needs predominantly around cooking, keeping self safe, understanding letters and bills and social skills, this service specialises in learning disabilities.
Each year KASBAH identifies a new area of need in housing, Maddison House will fill a local need to combat isolation and ensure the young adults succeed in their next move into independent living. If you are interested in this service please call the House Co-ordinator on 01474 335840 for further information.