Welcome to Goodman House

At the heart of Beeston, our small house is our home but we have the whole world to explore

Our Family at Goodman House

Goodman House is our most recent addition to the Landermeads community and we opened in August 2021. We provide nursing support to 10 younger adults with complex neurological and/or mental health needs.

We have achieved accreditation with the Huntingdon’s Disease Association

If possible, we support you to develop your skills and eventually move back into the local community.

Our focus is on what you want, what makes each day worth getting out of bed for, your aspirations, what makes you laugh, what motivates you and we do all we can to make these thongs happen with you.

More about our approach

Emotionally Led Support

We all need to feel loved, valued, heard

CQC Rated Outstanding

Achieved on our first inspection

A home built around you

Individualised areas reflecting you

Dragonfly Household Model

We live and work together. We have no barriers between staff and family

Goodman House in a nutshell

Our vision for Goodman House developed from the same ethos of support in all houses at Landermeads but for a younger generation- the recognition that each person has an identity and we need to celebrate that by unlocking your potential for happiness. This starts with understanding we are all emotional and how we feel will affect how we act – if we can identify the feelings which give you joy then we can devise ways to make them happen more often. This will empower you to achieve the goals we plan together.

What we offer to you...

  • Bespoke training for our staff involving you
  • Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) training for all staff
  • Occupation filled days planned around you
  • Rescue animals needing your help
  • Help with gaining employment/voluntary work
  • A healthy approach to safe and positive risk taking
  • A family – you become part of a loving home in which you are treasured
  • Meals which are lovingly prepared with you in mind

Bespoke Training

It is essential that we invest the time to learn how to support you. We invest in skilling staff in:

  • Positive Behaviour Support – recognising that every behaviour is an expression of an emotion
  • Brain Injury support- we source specialist knowledge so we can tailor what we do
  • Early Onset Dementia support – drawing on the specialist knowledge we have at Landermeads
  • Huntingdon’s Disease support  – we are one of a few homes nationally to be accredited

“The team at Goodman House are delighted that we have been awarded the accreditation from the Huntington’s Disease Association. We have been supporting people living with Huntington’s disease and their families for many years now. Our focus is supporting younger people with nursing and complex needs, to live life to the fullest and we have a dedicated, passionate team who strive to go the extra mile, to help people achieve their individual goals. It is fantastic to have our efforts recognised through this accreditation and it’s been a pleasure working closely with the Huntington’s Disease Association team to achieve this. We look forward to many more years of supporting people and their families in our home and working closely with the Huntington’s Disease Association to enhance people’s lives as much as possible.”

Carrie Carlile and Kate Loosemore-Poole 

Huntington's Disease Association

HD Accredited Care Homes Directory

Find us at

0115 7770128 lisa@landermeads.com
19 Chilwell Rd, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 1EH, UK

The Goodman House Leadership Team

A note from us ...

Carrie Carlile, Clinical Lead Nurse/Registered Manager – carrie@landermeads.com / carrie.carlile@nhs.net / 07432 689861

I started my journey at Landermeads in 2000 when I first became a carer working in Lander House supporting both the older and younger adults.  Once Catherine Tam House opened, I moved over there and continued to support the younger adults, this is when I felt I discovered my passion was to enhance the quality of lives of people with profound and complex needs.  During this time I studied for my RQF Level 2 in Health and Social Care then in 2007 I qualified as a Registered Nurse of Learning Disabilities. In 2016 I became Clinical Lead for Catherine Tam House, in total I worked in Catherine Tam for over 20 years. In 2019 I became part of the Florence Nightingale Foundation for Learning Disabilities Leadership Programme, then in 2021 I took on the role of Registered Manager for Goodman House when it opened.

Working at Landermeads has given me the opportunity to connect with people on a very personal and professional level and gives me a great feeling of wellbeing daily. Especially when the rewards are people enjoying themselves living life to the fullest and more discreetly, when someone gives you that all important smile when you have made a difference in their lives.

Kate Loosemore-Poole, House Leader – kate@landermeads.com / kate.poole@nhs.net / 07510 653686

I believe that trust, support and encouragement are at the heart of every happy home and the basis for empowerment and identity. I are committed to promoting your independence and enabling you to find the fun in life.

I began working in The Meads in 1992 as a carer. I then moved to Lander House in 1994 as a Team Leader – we had a number of younger adults in Lander House and it was my role to co-ordinate their support. In 1996 I went to live in Australia where I gained a wealth of knowledge working in many differing areas. In 2004 I returned to Landermeads working in Catherine Tam House and also took a management role in Supported living when it began. In 2011 I moved back to The Meads as House Leader and then took on a training role in 2013. I returned to Catherine Tam in 2016 as House Leader and became Registered Manager of Supported Living. I am currently House Leader in Goodman House and continue to be Registered Manager for Supported Living.

My passion is equality and standing up for people’s rights and choices and advocating when they may not be able to do so themselves. Everyone we support has the right to lead the life they choose and I believe in respecting every their individuality and enabling them to do this.

Carrie Carlile

Registered Manager

Kate Loosemore-Poole

House Leader

What visitors say ...

"People living in Goodman House are supported to live their own way. Without doubt this is a place full of love, life and laughter and is truly family."

Peter Bewert, Meaningful Care Matters

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We are all vulnerable at times

Coming to live in one of our houses or supported living can mean leaving behind the things which have made us secure.

We believe that quality of life comes from understanding our shared vulnerability and working together as a family in which we celebrate who you are.

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