Social Services pay for the provision of a domiciliary care service, following an assessment and provided that the service user meets the eligibility criteria on grounds of need and financial grounds. You may be able to access direct payments enabling you to manage your own budget with support if needed.
Higher rates sometimes apply at weekends, nights and bank holidays.
Our history and what we stand for
Orpheus started in Sir Richard’s former family home in Godstone, Surrey. Although it started with five students it quickly grew in size and reputation. Read more about our History
Learning and living at Orpheus
From the moment you start at Orpheus you will be learning skills to help you live independently. You will improve in practical skills that are needed in everyday life, learning and work. Read more about Learning and Living at Orpheus
Different ways to support our work
Orpheus is a registered charity. Without the generosity of supporters and volunteers quite simply we would cease to exist. How you can support our work