We offer specialist rehabilitation services for individuals with attention and concentration needs. Persons with perception and arousal issues and socially disabling behaviours such as dis-inhibition, aggression and anxiety.
We work towards meeting the quality standards as set out in National Services Framework for Longer Term Neurological Conditions and support individuals to maintain their independence and autonomy over their lives with the support of trained Health Care Assistants and Nurses.
It is often said that staff are a company’s most important asset. At Priscilla Wakefield House this is not just mantra; the provision of a generous training budget allows everyone the opportunity to further their career by pursuing academic and vocational qualifications at university, college or through distance learning.
We invest in our staff so that their ongoing learning and development will ensure continuous improvement in the quality of care and education we offer.
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We welcome referrals to the unit and believe that working in partnership with the local team right from the point of assessment ensures effective discharge planning and implementation of appropriate longer-term treatment.
We operate a flexible approach in our services to referrals; we provide rapid response and will normally arrange a professional assessment within a few days of your call. We also take emergency admissions.
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