Aspley Neurological Care Centre

Long-term care and support for people with conditions such as acquired brain injury

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Aspley Neurological Care Centre

Robins Wood Road,
Aspley,
Nottingham NG8 3LD

Tel: 01159425153

Fax: 01159425154

aspley@huntercombe.com

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Aspley Neurological Care Centre

At Aspley Neurological Care Centre, we look after people over 18 with brain injuries and other neurological conditions.

We’re here for the long-term care and support for people with conditions such as acquired brain injury, Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease and spinal injury, among others.

We also care for residents who need tracheostomy care and enteral feeding.

We are located in a pleasant, residential area of Nottingham and work closely with our sister centre, Nottingham Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Neurological Care Centre.

Getting here

  • Located within a quiet residential area of Nottingham

  • Within 2 miles of the M1 motorway

  • 15 -20-minute drive from Nottingham Station

  • East Midlands airport, a half hour drive away

  • On-site free parking

What's here

  • 29 beds, many en-suite

  • Private garden and patio areas

  • Large communal living spaces with flat-screen TVs, Wii, and DVD player

  • Activities room

  • Patients’ kitchens where hot and cold drinks can be made at any time

While you're here

  • A mini-bus for outings and appointment

  • Pet therapy

  • Visits from a chiropodists and opticians

  • Extensive activities programme

Care at Aspley Neurological Care Centre

Complex Disability Management

This service is for people who have problems associated with a brain injury or a neurological condition and who cannot be looked after at home, usually because of the high level of nursing care they need.

The focus is on providing relief from pain, discomfort or stress and is all about improving a client's everyday quality of life. Most clients have severe or far-reaching disabilities

Symptom Management

This is sometimes called "palliative" or "neuropalliative" care. It's about improving the everyday quality of life for an individual in the later stages of a progressive neurological condition.

Respite Care

This service is available to people with a brain injury or neurological condition who live at home but who could benefit from a short stay in a specialist centre.

It also offers a much-needed break for families and carers and is an opportunity for individuals to have their needs reassessed.

What people say about us

Reviews of our approach and how we've helped our patients

The Activities Co-ordinator is doing a brilliant job involving me more. I know it is part of her job but she does far more than she has to.

Patient

Staff all very welcome, caring and no problem too big to solve.

Family member

My family member is treated with the utmost level of respect at Aspley and I couldn't wish for nicer caring staff. They are always helpful and can't do enough.

Family member

What people say about us

Reviews of our approach and how we've helped our patients

  • The Activities Co-ordinator is doing a brilliant job involving me more. I know it is part of her job but she does far more than she has to.

    Patient
  • Staff all very welcome, caring and no problem too big to solve.

    Family member
  • My family member is treated with the utmost level of respect at Aspley and I couldn't wish for nicer caring staff. They are always helpful and can't do enough.

    Family member

Advice and Support

Involving people as partners

We believe that we get better outcomes when people are involved as partners in assessing and planning their care, and this involves families too. Our residents’ families are included in all decisions about their care. As our resident, you will be encouraged to make your own choices about all aspects of your life at the centre, and to be as independent as possible.

The Aspley Neurological Care Centre team

Our team at Aspley is managed by Evangelia Vryoni. She is supported by team leader, a Personal Activities Leader (PAL), and qualified nursing and support staff.