"Good" CQC rating for Blackheath Brain injury Centre (Sept 18) Click here

Nurturing the world, one person at a time

Watch our story
Providing expert care for people with mental illnesses, learning disabilities and brain injuries

We understand

We listen, we learn, we respect, we care, We're experts.

We understand

We listen, we learn, we respect, we care, We're experts.

What people say about us

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

  • I just wanted to thank you all again.  It was amazing to learn off all of you and still to this day I impressed by the job you all do.  To see the progress you achieve is nothing short of spectacular.

    Student placement
  • Dear June, thank you for being such a fantastic receptionist, always smiling and cheering me up whenever I walked past your desk.  It always boosted my confidence whenever you said how much you loved my singing.

    Former patient
  • Thank you so much for the amazing care that my mum received, and than you to the whole team as well.  She made such incredible progress at BIRU and exceeded all expectations and it's so good to see her back home at last. Thank you.

    Daughter
  • To Lorna, thank you so much for teaching me in preparation for my GCSEs.  I definitely couldn't have done it without you.  Thanks for always being so positive and enthusiastic - it really helped my confidence.

    Former patient

What people say about us

I just wanted to thank you all again.  It was amazing to learn off all of you and still to this day I impressed by the job you all do.  To see the progress you achieve

Student placement

Dear June, thank you for being such a fantastic receptionist, always smiling and cheering me up whenever I walked past your desk.  It always boosted my confidence whenev

Former patient

Thank you so much for the amazing care that my mum received, and than you to the whole team as well.  She made such incredible progress at BIRU and exceeded all expectat

Daughter

Do you think you can do it ?

Have you got what it takes to be a Huntercombe Hero?