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SUPPORT TEAM


Each service user who lives in a Richardson Care home, whether they have an acquired brain injury, learning disabilities, a dual diagnosis and/or complex needs, has access to an experienced support team.


Person Centered

Care Provision

Service users

Consultant Neuropsychiatrist

Assesses how the individual is affected by their medication and treatment


Three Assistant Psychologists

Support the work of the Consultant Clinical Psychologist, working directly with service users


Consultant Speech & Language Therapist

Helps to improve communication and conditions such as dysphasia


Homes Managers

experienced in the provision of specialist residential care and the welfare of service users, they provide valuable input into service users’ care plans


Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Develops a programme of treatment and goals, with regular assessments, helps the individual to deal with the psychological aspects of their condition, such as grief, loss and their mental health


Neurological Physiotherapist

Specialist physiotherapy helps to improve mobility and strength


Neurological Occupational Therapist

Ensures the service user’s environment is safe and helps them to function more effectively within it


The multi-disciplinary clinical team (MDT) meets on a monthly basis to review each individual’s care plan. Members of the MDT also take an active role in delivering a combination of one-to-one therapeutic input and group work, depending on the needs of the individual. They are assisted by the care staff who provide rehabilitation and support on a daily basis. This also includes specialists who deliver specific types of therapeutic activities, which range from counselling to arts & crafts, massage therapy to music sessions.

In addition, our maintenance and cleaning staff are directly employed, so that they become familiar faces to our service users and know how to behave appropriately when they are working in their home. All of our staff are trained in techniques to manage actual or potential aggression (MAPA) so that we can avoid physical restraint, treating our service users with dignity and respect at all times. And most of all, we aim to employ care staff who are genuinely caring and compassionate people.

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