Congratulations to the service users at The Richardson Partnership for Care who were presented with their ASDAN certificates at a special awards ceremony at The Mews. ASDAN stands for the Award Scheme Development & Accreditation Network. It offers educational programmes and qualifications with flexible ways of accrediting skills for learning, employment and life. The Richardson […]



There is much debate on whether community-based support is better than ‘institutional care’ but of course, it depends on the individual. It also depends on the type of care and support. One of the best ways to describe our specialist residential care homes is ‘a place that feels like home’. Yes, we deliver effective intensive […]



During the summer, service users with acquired brain injuries went to a range of different holiday destinations including Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Shropshire and Wales, as well as supported home visits to all parts of the UK and further afield. The choice of holiday destination is a decision made by each service user – we respect each […]



Wild Science, a specialist animal education group, brought some inhabitants of their ‘mini zoo’ to The Mews recently, where service users from all of our homes could take part in an ‘animal therapy’ session. For service users who have mobility difficulties, or for people who would find visiting a real zoo an over-stimulating environment, the […]



No two brain injuries are the same, as no two individuals are the same, so our specialist residential care homes need to cater for people with different needs. Service users may come to us several years after they have sustained a brain injury and after they have already had a period of acute rehabilitation. We […]



We learn about the world constantly through our senses and by interacting with it. This process of exploration and learning starts in childhood and continues throughout our lives. However, people with learning difficulties may not have had the same opportunities to explore and interact with their environment, and people with acquired brain injuries may need […]



Supported home visits are an important part of the care plan of many of the service users in our homes who have learning disabilities or an acquired brain injury. We feel that, wherever possible and appropriate, home visits supported by our care staff should be an integral part of the care and support package that […]



Speech and Language Therapy is one of the types of therapy provided by our Multi-Disciplinary Team for people who have acquired brain injuries. As well as helping with communication difficulties, our Speech and Language Therapist treats Dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, to improve the individual’s well-being and quality of life, as well as reducing the risk […]


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