A short-term placement typically between 6-12 weeks (or more) to support men with a relatively new acquired brain injury/traumatic brain injury. The focus of admission is for the interdisciplinary team to assess residents’ needs around their medical, physical, cognitive, psychological, behavioural and communication skills with the ultimate aim of maximising independence. Throughout the assessment, the team will develop unique and personalised
programmes of rehabilitation for residents and simultaneously provide comprehensive and robust clinical progress updates with the aim to facilitate successful discharge.
6-12 week stroke care pathway
A short-term rehabilitation pathway for men who have experienced a recent stroke. The focus of admission is for the interdisciplinary team to assess residents’ needs around their medical, physical, cognitive, psychological, behavioural and communication skills with the ultimate aim of maximising independence and functional skills with the aim to facilitate successful discharge.
Complex, long term care (slow stream rehabilitation)
Longer term care for men who require continued support following their brain injury. Residents have likely completed a period of assessment and rehabilitation and may have reached a point where the focus is around maintaining independence and function whilst ensuring a high quality of life. Residents may require a longer period of time within this service before discharge or may require a longer term home. The staffing team will continue to monitor and maintain medical, physical, cognitive, psychological, behavioural and communication needs of the residents and provide comprehensive and robust clinical progress updates to commissioners and families.
Palliative and end of life care
Our specialist nursing teams provide proactive and person centred care plans for men, which focus on individual preferences and cultural expectations of the resident and their families. The delivery of high quality care and support for men and will focus meeting their physical and emotional needs through robust advanced directives and end of life care planning. The nursing team will adapt care and treatment plans to reflect changing physical, mental health and emotional needs. The Gold Standard framework is adopted in all end of life care planning.
Shared accommodation in residential areas of Northampton which provide ongoing support to men who are unable to live independently or require further support to build on existing skills prior to moving on to more independent living. The 24 hour staffing team support residents to transition into the community with a focus on supporting them to self-manage all activities of daily living with minimal support. The service will encourage residents to access community services which may include vocational, volunteering and employment opportunities.
Placements are offered for a minimum of 1 week to men with neurological conditions who are cared for in their own home. Staffing teams will ensure they are safe, supported and cared for during their short stay.