Rehabilitation services

Last year we supported over 100 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in providing care for almost 300 of their patients through a wide range of rehabilitation services.

We work in partnership with the NHS to help support the most complex, challenging patients on a rehabilitation pathway back to the community or the least restrictive environment.

A number of our services are designed to complement our secure provision and provide step-down solutions in preparation for a community placement.

Rehabilitation services

Our PICU services provide high quality, gender specific psychiatric intensive care in clinically safe and supportive environments.    
Psychiatric intensive care
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Or gender-specific, dedicated services for working age and older adults are able to support a range of mental health needs and challenging behaviour, providing individualised treatment programmes and therapies with a focus on active rehabilitation.    
Mental health
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With nationally recognised expertise in learning disability, we are skilled in offering services capable of supporting even those with more complex and challenging needs through rehabilitation and transition back in to the community.    
Learning disability
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The National Brain Injury Centre at St Andrew’s has 35 years’ experience in treating patients with brain injuries and complex neurological conditions. During this time we’ve developed a number of internationally recognised and approved tools, such as SASNOS and SASBA.    
Acquired brain injury
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Progressive neurological conditions (PNC) - we deliver a variety of specialist therapies designed to manage cognitive decline, reduce challenging behaviour and encourage positive life experiences:    
Huntington's disease
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We have provision suitable for direct admission, where the focus is to assess and stabilise the patient ahead of a treatment programme which prepares the patient for the next steps in their care.

We provide structured timetables including:

  • social, educational and occupational therapies delivered in purpose-designed creative facilities
  • fitness suites
  • education and vocational training settings within the least restrictive, safe and flexible environments.

According to patients needs, we will support and encourage access to community-based services as part of the programme. This often includes physical activities, colleges and education provision, social activities such as the cinema and other community orientated charities such as Headway.


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Our dedicated vocational pathway, Workbridge, helps patients gain both technical and life skills through a range of activities including woodwork, horticulture, catering, ceramics and office skills.

All the activities carried out by service users are meaningful, essential to the running of a fully functional work environment and open to the public.