Acquired Brain Injuries

Shaw healthcare’s specialist acquired brain injury (ABI) service provides cost effective quality residential care and transition living for adults aged 18 – 65 who have received an acquired brain injury through direct or organic trauma. The service meets the needs of individuals requiring enhanced supported living, nursing and re-ablement services in a post-acute setting.

Regular assessments are undertaken leading to the development of agreed and realistic goals for every individual. These targets are continually reviewed and form the basis of “Person Centred” planning which determines the level of support, specialist input and other resources the individual needs.

Our Headway accredited, 10 bedded Market Lodge ABI facility in Ledbury, Herefordshire provides an opportunity for individuals to attain realistic goals along developed pathways of care whilst supported with a holistic approach to personal choice, nursing and therapeutic care needs.

The Bell View Suite in Evesham is a 7 apartment transitional supported living scheme. We actively encourage residents to be involved in a wide range of things to do, both inside and outside their home, inviting relatives and friends to participate if they wish to do so. The Therapeutic Activities programme encompasses creative arts, therapy, movement, physical fitness, outdoor activities, and other recreational and leisure activities.

Shaw offers clear care pathways for those with a physical disability, encouraging the individual to achieve their potential through our structured community access model.

Our services include:

• Full free assessment service

• 24 hour Nursing care

• Physiotherapy

• Hydrotherapy

• Neuro psychology

• Speech & language therapy

• Activities of daily living

• Group therapies

• Cognitive rehabilitation

• Anger/problem behaviour management

• Accredited College courses

• Occupational therapy

• Sensory room

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If you would prefer to speak to someone directly about your requirements contact us on the Care Enquiry Line 0800 902 0092.
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