Rutland house is a small seven bed residential service, comprising of a shared house for 3 and 4 single occupancy flats. The home is closely situated to Cauldon Place and is managed by the same highly experienced management team.

The service was developed specifically to meet the complex needs of individuals that Shelton Care was already supporting and individuals who were awaiting placements.

As with all Shelton Care services, Rutland House maintains a team of highly trained care and support workers, which cater for service users with broad range of needs including moderate to severe learning disabilities, challenging behaviours, physical disabilities, epilepsy and sensory impairment.

Rutland House aims to provide a therapeutic, safe and stimulating environment, where independent living skills and achievement are actively supported and encouraged. Service users are supported to access opportunities to develop and achieve their potential both in the home and community settings.

People were treated with kindness and compassion by staff who knew them well. They were encouraged and supported to be involved in making decisions about their own care and support. People’s privacy was respected and they were encouraged to be independent as they could be. People received care that met their preferences and they were enabled to follow their interests.
– Rutland house Care Quality commission report Feb 2016


We pride ourselves in our supportive culture, we actively encourage continuing professional development (CPD) with all our staff. The organisation continues to develop it’s facilities on campus within the staff training centre.

Care Quality Commission’s purpose is to make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage them to improve. To see the reports click here.