22nd August 2019 Uncategorized0

The Coach House, our new residential care home for adults with acquired brain injuries in Northampton, has now completed its CQC registration process and welcomed its first service users. Initially registered for seven beds, The Coach House adds to our portfolio of services by providing longer term slow-stream brain injury rehabilitation, which is often appropriate for people after an initial period of intensive rehabilitation or post-acute care.→ Read the rest


7th March 2019 Uncategorized0

<p> </p> <h4 class="wp-block-heading"><strong>Activities for service users with learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries</strong></h4> <p>With Spring in the air, we are looking forward to longer days and better weather. However, even in the winter, we have a varied range of activities for our service users.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>


6th November 2018 Uncategorized0

<p>At The Richardson Partnership for Care we have an open-door policy so the family members and friends of the service users in our care can visit at any time. As this is not practical for everyone we also include supported home visits in individuals’ care plans.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>

16th June 2017 Uncategorized0

<p> We believe it’s very important to celebrate the excellent work that goes on day in and day out in caring for people with learning disabilities. We are therefore pleased to be part of the National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards, which pay tribute to the hardworking and inspirational people who work in this sector, as well as the people they care for.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>

21st March 2017 Uncategorized0

<p> It’s hard to believe that Helen Petrie has now been Home Manager at The Mews for over a year.</p> <p>Helen first joined The Richardson Partnership for Care in 2002, starting as a Senior Support Worker and then gaining NVQ qualifications in Health & Social Care and Management & Leadership.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>

21st February 2017 Uncategorized0

<p> In the fields of brain injury rehabilitation, caring for adults with challenging behaviour and caring for adults with learning disabilities, a ‘one size fits all’ approach would consistently fail. In all walks of life we are all individuals with different personalities, characteristics and preferences.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>

26th January 2017 Uncategorized0

<p> Congratulations to all service users at The Richardson Partnership for Care who gained ASDAN certificates in 2016. There was a grand total of 41 certificates awarded.</p> <p>ASDAN is the Awards Scheme Development Accreditation Network, which provides courses to thousands of training providers.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>

29th November 2016 Uncategorized0

<p> Earlier this year we conducted our annual survey amongst the families of service users in our care. While we try to encourage feedback throughout the year, the survey enables a more structured approach to gathering the views of family members on the care and support received by their loved ones.→ <a href="" class="read-more">Read the rest </a></p>

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