The Ryde House Group, a family-owned business established in 1986, has become a leading provider of services for individuals with learning disabilities on the Isle of Wight. Our range of homes offer tailored support, enabling residents to thrive and attain their dreams and aspirations.
At the core of our mission is the continuous development and delivery of innovative service solutions, tailored to the local community's needs. Our highly trained and skilled team members contribute their experience and expertise to ensure the delivery of exceptional care for those with complex needs, focusing on person-centred support.
We are committed to providing personalised care, recognizing and valuing each individual's unique qualities. Our belief is that every person, regardless of their disability, has the potential to grow and develop.
Our passion lies in empowering individuals to succeed in various aspects of life, such as securing meaningful employment, enhancing life skills, or refining communication methods.
We encourage the people we support to actively participate in their community, with access to amenities like cinemas, leisure centres, local events, and concerts. Additionally, we offer opportunities for holidays away from home.
Our dedication lies in creating a positive, proactive, serene, and nurturing environment where individuals feel empowered to live joyfully and pursue their personal goals.
Liam Wyatt – “I love Ryde House, we do the best cooking and the staff
help me keep my room clean and tidy
Life Changing Support Starts with You!
“Well as my son will be going there one day as a resident. I can't begin to tell you how happy you guys have made me feel. Because I was terrified until I saw some of your comments. Saying you treat them like family. Tear in my eyes. Your all wonderful ppl xxx .”
“This is a wonderful establishment where they promote health, happiness & positivity. It is set in a lovely position where u go down a lane so is off the main road & is near a golf course. ”
“A wonderful, caring environment where the residents are loved and supported by fantastic carers who work very long hours. A great place to work, or to have as your home. Everyone is treated equally, taken out and about, and they have great facilities, good staff training and lots of fun and stimulation. ”
“What we do for a living isn't a job, it's a lifestyle.You live it, feel it, breathe it.The best lifestyle.”