To provide a full range of services to people and their families affected by any form of brain injury or neurological condition, enabling them to reach their full potential.
Aims and Objectives
The services offered will assist in recovery and rehabilitation where appropriate and dignity and care to all.
Aims of the service
To provide an environment where individuals can learn, relearn and practice skills in the company of others with peer support and understanding of their needs.
To provide varied participative rehabilitation activities and services geared to the individuals’ needs, enabling them to reach their full potential.
To improve general quality of life.
To provide respite for the relatives or carers of people with a brain injury or condition.
To improve their understanding of brain injuries and conditions.
To reduce the development of higher level dependency or deterioration in the health of service users.
To provide innovative and flexible services.
To provide a sustainable, growing, flexible and innovative service to meet the individual needs.
How we meet these aims
We have two main hubs in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds. Clients visit us on a daily basis to engage in activities to help with social integration and rehabilitation. From time to time we set up satellite hubs in various market towns as demand dictates.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission to deliver home care in people’s own homes. We are currently rated as good and working towards gaining outstanding.
We give support to people in their local communities.
We employ physio, occupational therapies and a mental health nurse to help people with their recovery.
We also have a companion dog scheme which acts as a rehabilitation tool.