It’s difficult to believe that the Richardson Mews has been open for a year now. The transitional suites have really come into their own – two of our service-users are especially flourishing in these specially designed suites. The ability to live in an environment that feels independent with such generous space whilst at the same time is within a safe environment is a luxury.
From a therapeutical perspective, our multi-disciplinary team have noticed some significant improvements in the service users’ rehabilitation. In particular, this is evident in how it has given them a greater feeling of worth and positive energy.
The difficulties we as individuals face trying to fit in and find positive relationships is tricky enough – the benefits of a place like The Mews is that the service user gets the independence they need without feeling isolated…knowing that they are part of a community that is positive, like minded, caring and supportive.
Rehabilitation at The Mews continues to be a truly joint effort with the usual trials and frustrations that come with such a sensitive part of the support we provide. This is made all the more positive due to the input from the wider circle of support givers such as the case managers, social workers and of course family members.
If you would like to visit The Mews, please contact us on 01604 791 266 and we would be more than happy to book a personally guided tour.