Tailored recovery in the community
People receiving support from rehabilitation services are eight times more likely to achieve/sustain community living, compared to those supported by generic mental health services.
Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health guidance for commissioners of rehabilitation service
Berkeley Close offers a range of gender-specific and mixed neuro-rehabilitation units, and transitional and supported living accommodation, to test community-based recovery and support patient re-integration.
Berkeley Close Ground Floor - Female brain injury community based recovery and reintegration
Berkeley Close 1st Floor - Male brain injury community slow stream rehabilitation
Berkeley Close Lodge - Mixed brain injury transitional living accommodation for community reintegration
37 Berkeley Close - Male transitional living and community re-integration
38 Berkeley Close - Bespoke pre discharge accommodation for community re-integration
36 Berkeley Close - Family visiting accommodation
For over 37 years, our National Brain Injury Centre has cared for men and women aged 18-65 with a brain injury who present challenging behaviours (including aggression, absconding and vulnerability) or who are detained under the Mental Health Act (1983).
We accept direct referrals, or can transition patients from higher levels of restriction as they progress in their treatment before returning closer to home. Patients are fully supported to develop greater levels of autonomy but still require a formal structure of therapy and treatment.
For more information about our specialist neuro-rehabilitation service or to make a referral:
t: 0800 434 6690 (we welcome text relay calls)