Hothfield Manor Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Neurodisability Centre provides comprehensive care and rehabilitation for people with cognitive, physical and/or behavioural difficulties following an acquired brain injury or with a neuro-disability within 3 discrete services. Each patient/client is assessed prior to admission and an individual, person-centred rehabilitation programme is created to meet their specific needs.
Hothfield Manor Acquired Brain Injury Centre is situated in extensive grounds in the village of Hothfield near Ashford, Kent. There are three services delivered at the centre Manor House, the neuro-rehabilitation unit (an extension to the Manor House) and the bungalows. The Manor House is a spacious red brick mansion constructed in the 1950's. There are 10 bedrooms some with en-suite facilities. There is also a lounge, dining room and smoking room.The neuro-rehabilitation unit is an extension of the Manor house and compromises of 20 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities and 2 self-contained flats. Also, there are 2 spacious day rooms and 2 quiet lounges. Other facilities include a hydrotherapy pool, a gym, an occupational therapy room and various treatment and consulting rooms.There are 7 bungalows in the grounds five are shared occupancy with 2 clients are able to live in each and 2 are single occupancy.
The Manor House and Bungalows offer longer term transitional care for people with a neurodisability. The rehabilitation suite is a purpose built facility for people requiring rehabilitation following an acquired brain injury.
The programme will include regular sessions with the various specialists as required to optimise progress towards increased independence. All rehabilitation programmes will contain a thorough assessment of needs. From this, goals are derived and a variety of exercises and activities are put in place to support the service users as they work towards these.
The multi - disciplinary team at the unit work collaboratively with the relevant funding authorities, the patient/client and their family to ensure a suitable next step is identified and a planned transition is arranged in a timely fashion. SMART assesment is also delivered at the Centre.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are responsible for inspecting Hothfield Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Neurodisability Services.
A delightful home with so many caring and dedicated people
Mr E S
May Clare and I thank you and your team for the marvellous party you had arranged for our dear daughter Caroline. We have never in five years seen her smile for so long!The birthday cake Paul had made was scrumptious. Caroline is very fortunate to be in a delightful home with so many caring and dedicated people.With our very grateful thanks once again to you all for making her birthday so special.
We appreciate what is done for our son
Just to let you know that Ian is returning today. We have had a most pleasant holiday with him. We did quite a lot, no golf this time but we did have some excellent putting which he enjoyed. I do feel like most of us he likes his own routine and so he seems ready to return home. Once again a big thank you to all your staff. Ian tells me that the gardener is good to him so he has bought him a wee present. Do tell him we appreciate what is done for our son.
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