Woodlands Neurological Rehabilitation Centre is set in three and a half acres of landscaped gardens and offers intensive assessment and rehabilitation for a spectrum of neurological conditions, including acquired brain injury, strokes and spinal injuries.
The centre has a specialist four-bed service for ventilated (invasive) patients. Staff provide longer term support for people with progressive neurological conditions such as Motor Neurons disease, Huntington’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease and individuals who are minimally conscious or in a state of low arousal. They are able to support service users with on-going nursing care needs for example, as a result of diabetes, tracheostomy, epilepsy, open wounds, stoma or peg.
Woodlands has a dedicated interdisciplinary team, including speech and language therapist, physio therapists, occupational therapists, neuropsychology and specialist nurses who work along side our specialist consultant to gain the best outcomes.
Enhanced respite packages offer 'top up' rehabilitation for individuals who have been through the rehabilitation process and are living back at home and want to maintain their independence and daily living skills. Respite referrals can be made by the individual, a family member or a legal or medical professional.
Woodlands is a Headway Approved Provider 2017-2019. The team use recognised clinical outcome measures such as FIM+FAM (Functional Independence Measure + Functional Assessment Measure), GAS (Goal Attainment Scale) and RCS (Rehabilitation Complexity Scale).
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