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Richardson Partnership for care - Residential care for people with brain injuries and learning disabilities in the midlands
Welcome to the Richardson Partnership for Care
Specialist Residential Care Homes for Adults with Acquired Brain Injuries
or Learning Difficulties
At The Richardson Partnership for care we have residential care homes for adults with Acquired Brain Injuries or Learning Difficulties.
Our residential care homes are located within
The Richardson Partnership for Care is highly respected in managing different levels of Challenging Behaviour, as a result of an Acquired Brain Injury or Learing Difficulty. Slow Stream Rehabilitation is provided in the Brain Injury homes as well as residential care for life, if necessary.
Our residential care homes can be contacted here or through our social media links on each page.
Our aim is to enable our service users to realise their potential, with respect to the issues listed here. Within our residential care homes, we are committed to providing opportunities for social integration and community participation, through which individuals can develop life skills and relationships.
We provide a needs-led service, in which each of our service users are valued as an individual. However, within this "open" style of care and management, we maintain clearly-defined standards and principles to ensure consistency and continuity of care.
An integrated process, from referral to ongoing support. (Our standards are implemented to provide an environment which offers emotional support within an atmosphere of acceptance.) Our person-centred planning is based around an integrated process of user lead, assessment, intervention/non-intervention, monitoring and review. The process begins at the referral stage, with extensive reports and assessments of social history, psychological and psychiatric conditions and other factors, including future aspirations and needs.
Following admission into one of our care homes, we make a formal, detailed assessment, upon which a specific personalised care and development regime can be based. Where appropriate, family members and existing social networks are consulted and involved in the assessment process.
(23 Duston Road)