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<p>The Coach House will soon become a new residential care home and rehabilitation centre for 11 adults with acquired brain injuries. It is a two-storey building situated in the grounds of The Mews (one of our existing residential care homes) in Northampton, and after extensive renovation work it is now taking shape.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/1042-2/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>



<h1>Adults with acquired brain injuries, learning disabilities and complex needs</h1> <p>In addition to surveying the families of service users in our care on an annual basis, we also complete a questionnaire with the individuals themselves, which asks specific questions about different aspects of their lives within the care home.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/satisfaction-survey-care-home-residents/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>



<p> At The Richardson Partnership for Care we strive to provide an open environment, welcoming feedback from service users’ families about the care of their loved ones. We also complete an annual survey, which provides family members with a more formal opportunity to tell us about their views on the care, support and rehabilitation services that we provide for adults with acquired brain injuries and learning difficulties.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/feedback-from-service-users-families/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>



<p> At The Richardson Partnership for Care, we strive to have an open relationship with service users and their families so that they can tell us straight away if they are concerned about any aspect of their care or their home. We hold regular care reviews as well as completing an annual survey.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/care-homes-shine-in-independent-feedback/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>



<p> We recently introduced a ‘News and Current Affairs Group’ to two of our care homes for adults with acquired brain injuries. They comprise twice weekly sessions of half an hour each. Originally run by psychologists, support workers have now been trained to run the sessions in which newspaper articles are read and discussed by the group with contributions from all attendees.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/current-affairs-group-for-service-users-with-acquired-brain-injuries/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>



<p> At The Richardson Partnership for Care, service users with learning disabilities are offered psychological support as well as learning opportunities and health and social care. The level and nature of the psychological therapy depends on the service user’s individual needs and is determined following an initial assessment or regular ongoing assessments.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/how-psychology-support-helps-adults-with-learning-disabilities/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>



<p> Each year, at The Richardson Partnership for Care we send out a short questionnaire to the family members of service users in our homes. This requests feedback on the general care provision and the quality of the residential homes, and is in addition to specific communication about the service user.→ <a href="https://www.richardsoncares.co.uk/excellent-feedback-on-residential-care-from-service-users-families/" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>


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