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.
As with all of our homes, our aim is to create a place that will feel like home (not like a medical or institutional setting) for the service users who live here. In our thirty years of experience, a warm, homely environment helps service users to engage more in their rehabilitation and have a better quality of life.
Meet Jo Wilkins
Jo Wilkins is the Registered Homes Manager at The Coach House and joined The Richardson Partnership for Care in December 2018. She has worked in the neurological sector for 20 years, and is well-respected amongst her peers, so you may have already met her. You can read more about Jo here.