CARING
IS IN OUR
DNA



DEDICATED
NEURO SPECIALISTS



MANAGING COMPLEX NEEDS



A PLACE THAT FEELS LIKE HOME



Rehabilitation and residential care for people with acquired brain injury

We provide dedicated person-centred care for adults with associated complex needs, mental health needs and behaviour that challenges


BRAIN INJURY


Our approach to the residential care and well-being of adults with learning disabilities

We offer a unique and positive environment to meet each individual’s needs and provide peace of mind to their families


LEARNING DISABILITY


Respite care can provide families and carers with a much welcome break

It also offers the service user a change of scene and the opportunity for some top-up therapy and support


RESPITE CARE


Emergency Referrals

We recognise that placements can break down for a variety of reasons and we are experienced in managing emergency referrals to minimise the distress for service users.


EMERGENCY REFERRALS


Information for

SERVICE USERS


At Richardson Care we aim to create a friendly, relaxed atmosphere within our homes, because it is your home and we want you to feel as comfortable as possible.


Families and Friends

Information for

FAMILIES & CARERS


Are you looking for residential care for a loved one who has an acquired brain injury or learning disabilities?


Professionals

Information for

PROFESSIONALS


We have been providing specialist residential care for 30 years and can deliver positive outcomes for some of the most difficult-to-place individuals



Watch our video



We created this video to celebrate our 30th anniversary. It aims to show the inclusive, caring and family environment that we strive to achieve in our residential care homes. It was filmed at a party held for service users, their families and staff.


Laura and Greg Richardson-Cheater

FAMILY RUN


30 years proven track record

Established in 1989, Richardson Care remains an independent family business and we aim to create a warm, family environment within each of our homes. We take our responsibilities to our services users very seriously, investing in their future to provide a long-term sustainable home.


Greg and Laura

Richardson Care – Specialist Residential Care in Northamptonshire

Our residential care and rehabilitation service is tailored to meet the needs of each individual, whether they have an acquired brain injury, learning disabilities, a combination of complex needs and/or mental health needs. We offer a holistic approach and comprehensive care packages supported by our multi-disciplinary clinical team. These include neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry, neurophysiotherapy, speech & language therapy and occupational therapy, which enable us to deliver positive outcomes for the service users in our care.

Our dedicated care staff and activity team provide consistent support, which reinforces the work of the therapists. The care staff receive regular training in all aspects of their work, and on average, support staff have over 12 years’ care experience and our care home managers average over 28 years’ experience.

We have six specialist residential care homes in Northampton: three for adults with learning disabilities and three for adults with acquired brain injury. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission and are regulated for personal care.

We are highly respected in managing different levels of challenging behaviour and our aim is to enable service users to fulfill their potential. We strongly believe that environment and social inclusion are at the heart of fulfilment, and that this combined with clinical care, leads to continual and successful rehabilitation or enhanced quality of life.

LATEST NEWS


12th August 2020

Once again, Admissions & Referrals Co-ordinator Ebony has come up with a novel idea to engage our service users, who have acquired brain injuries, in a range of activities. With the usual activities restricted due to the Coronavirus safety measures, we have been finding new ways to keep service users active and engaged, supporting their […]

29th July 2020

Activities of daily living require a huge range of cognitive skills, which we develop from childhood as we grow. However, someone who has an acquired brain injury has to re-learn many of these skills. At Richardson Care we take an holistic approach, where members of our clinical team work with each service user to develop […]

2nd July 2020

Gill Ayris talks about her role at Richardson Care and why she loves it so much. “I moved to Richardson Care from the corporate world six years ago, swapping event management and promotions for the complex processes of Admissions & Referrals. I was made to feel really welcome: it’s a great team and there’s good […]


FAMILY TESTIMONIALS


“We are very proud of our nephew and we are extremely grateful for your expert work in moving away from drug therapy to modifying his behaviour through psychosocial approaches.”

Dr & Mrs Clarke


“My son’s care has always been a partnership between the home and ourselves, and as we grow older and think about what will happen to him when we are no longer here, it is a great comfort to know that he is happy in his home and that he will always be well cared for.”

Dr Smith




FROM A SERVICE USER


“I love it here because I like staff being fair. And I get to do a lot of activities like art, CST [cognitive stimulation therapy] and relaxation.”

Kay



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