Grosvenor House, George St 
Corby, NN17 1QB

Acquired Brain Injuries Service

Hibiscus Care Provides high quality, person centred care for people with brain injury, in the comfort of their home within their community. We are driven by the ideation to sustain momentum through continuity and consistency, knowing that the service user is the expert of their life. We work to uphold personal rights, dignity, privacy, individuality, equality, choice and fulfilment within the Human Rights and legal framework of the UK.

Our services are very inclusive and focused on the individual, supported by staff who are highly trained in brain injuries care. We build from previously established rehabilitation goals, assess and promote present coping mechanisms and work to empower the service user to establish new goals and strategies. Our Care plans are then designed to aid the relearning and achievement process.

The end goal is to promote the highest possible degree of independence and get the service user to reconnect with the community in a way that is meaningful to them. While our range of services is long-term supported living, our care and support is aimed as far as is possible at decreasing the amount of support hours needed by the service user in a day.

Specialism

Supported living service, supporting adults with traumatic (caused by trauma to the head e,g road traffic accidents, assault and falls) or non traumatic (caused by stroke, brain tumours, meningitis, hypoxic-not enough oxygen and anoxic-absence of oxygen) acquired brain injury and varying degrees of cognitive, physical, behavioural and emotional difficulties.

Age group

18 to 65 years

Range of services

Long-term supported living in the community

Service type

Supported living (can have both waking and sleep in nights, day-care or live in staff.

Our Focus: Person-centred support

We aim to provide support in all activities of daily living including- personal care, orientation, medication, shopping, cooking, budgeting, leisure , work opportunities, encouragement to participate in what they consider meaningful activities.

Help service users to achieve their goals and thrive to improve individual quality of life.

What we offer

  • 24 hour support.
  • Identify support which will vary from person to person based on assessment.
  • Risk assessment, care needs/care planning.
  • Continuity, consistency of support.
  • Epilepsy monitoring.
  • Trained staff.
  • 24 hour On call senior management support.

Getting Started

If you want help deciding or to find out more information about our services simply complete the Online Enquiry Form and a member of our team will get back to you. Alternatively you can call us for a chat or email us using the details below.
Email: info@hibiscuscareservices.co.uk | Tel: 07908 694606
We are happy to arrange for one of our team members to visit you free of charge to further discuss your requirements. We are available should you feel you need someone to talk or ask for advice.

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