Psychoeducation involves providing education, information and knowledge about a neurological diagnosis. It is very important in helping service users to better understand their diagnosis and become accustomed to living with it. Psychoeducation can be regarded as a form of trauma therapy, beneficial to an individual following a life-altering event such as a brain injury, after which they may struggle with managing their emotions and feelings of grief for the life they know and have lost.→ Read the rest


2nd February 2022 Uncategorised0

The cliché that no two days are the same is absolutely true. The joy of working with our service users who are living with acquired brain injury or learning disabilities is that they make every day different. However, routine is important to many of our residents, so there is an established structure in each home.→ Read the rest


14th December 2021 Uncategorised0

We’d like to say a big thank you to Dawn Briggs, who has retired from Richardson Care after 26 years. It will certainly be the end of an era and she’ll be greatly missed by staff and service users alike.

Her title is Administration Co-ordinator, but her role has been much more than that.→ Read the rest


11th October 2021 Events0

We’re very pleased to be exhibiting at the UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) annual summit, which takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine in London on November 8th. The event, titled The Time for Change Summit 2021,  will focus on the Time for Change report  that was originally published in October 2018 and developments in the care and treatment for people with acquired brain injury.→ Read the rest

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