These patients may have suffered either a traumatic or acquired brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury or other neurological condition and may require ventilated support, tracheostomies, peg feeding and other types of specialist care.
Our care services are supplied by our in-house teams of trained and qualified nurses, care staff and therapists and supported where necessary by allied health professionals such as consultants in rehabilitation medicine, clinical psychologists and dieticians.
Having resource to this pool of expertise allows us to offer care, support and, importantly a home to patients who often face very limited choices in the care they can expect at a time when they are already struggling to cope with life-changing medical conditions.
See for yourself how we help those in our care to live well and enjoy a meaningful lifestyle, while accessing the range of rehabilitation and care services required on an ongoing basis, to maximise their further recovery and to enable them to lead as independent and fulfilling lives as possible.
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Following the Statement from the Prime Minister on 23rd March 2020 and the advice from Public Health England, we have taken the difficult decision to close our doors to all visitors until further notice. The only exception to this rule will be essential visits by healthcare professionals.
We are committed to maintaining the health and well-being of our residents, staff members and the wider community and we very much appreciate your cooperation and understanding at this very difficult time.
For further information on COVID-19, we have compiled a list of resources you may find useful here.