Specialist Transitional Community Neurorehabilitation at The Laurels in Lincoln.
Opened in 2014, The Laurels Neurological Rehabilitation Centre provides specialist community-based transitional rehabilitation in north-east Lincoln. The Laurels offers accommodation for 12 residents - 11 single, en-suite rooms and one studio apartment. There is a garden, training kitchen and a therapy room. A lift to all floors allows wheelchair access throughout the unit.
The Laurels is two miles from Lincoln County Hospital and there is easy access to local amenities, occupational and education resources, social and leisure activities and the GP practice. The centre is within walking distance of the city centre and Lincoln College where residents can use the hydrotherapy pool.
Residents can become members of the local sports facility which provides a full range of activities to aid rehabilitation and they can be supported to attend the local college.
Dr Vicki Williams is the Lead Consultant to Christchurch View and the centre is supported by an interdisciplinary team of rehabilitation medicine consultants, neurologists, a neuropsychiatrist, neuropsychologists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists. Support is also provided by experienced rehabilitation and therapy assistants.
The Christchurch Rehabilitation Programme aims to maximise independence and recovery, equipping residents with the skills to return home or to a supported environment, achieving rehabilitation goals that promote re-enablement and enhance quality of life. The team at The Laurels work together to develop person-centred rehabilitation care plans that aim to maximise the individual’s independence and recovery.
The Laurels is a Headway Approved Provider 2016-2018. You can read more about the Approved Provider scheme on the Headway website.
The services at The Laurels include:
• Acquired brain injury rehabilitation
• Stroke rehabilitation
• Neurobehavioural rehabilitation
• Rehabilitation and management of progressive neurological conditions
• Long-term maintenance
• Day care
• Respite care
• Community support/outreach
The Christchurch strategy is to empower people to access and benefit from occupational, social and educational pursuits, and achieve full participation and inclusion in community life. The company’s service ethos is based on integrity, transparency, compassion and positivity.
Recently rated Good in all indicators by the CQC, you can read the full report online by following the link below.You can also read and leave a public review of our services by following the link below to The Laurels listing on carehome.co.uk.