Oldbury B69 4SJ
Tel: 0121 543 6940
Some bed availability
Our hospital provides safety and structure for all our patients in a positive, supportive community setting. Some of our patients have mild-to-moderate learning disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions, complex needs and some have a combination of these. Some may have been detained under the Mental Health Act or have a criminal history.
Located in Oldbury, West Midlands, we work with our patients to create personal care plans and we support individuals to rehabilitate at their own pace and grow in confidence and ability.
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Located in Oldbury just 7 miles from the centre of Birmingham
One mile from Junction 2 of the M5
Langley Green rail station is a five-minute drive
Birmingham International Airport is a 30-minute drive
On site free parking
15 rooms, all ensuite
Spacious communal areas
Two self-contained flats for patients moving towards more independent living
Gardening area and pleasant grounds
Individual and group therapies
Learning and leisure activities
Community integration and social inclusion
Mini bus for outings and appointments
"Locked Rehab" is the term given to a service that provides a "locked" environment to support rehabilitation and recovery for patients. Patients are normally detained under the Mental Health Act.
We help our patients learn to cope with their mental health problems so that they can leave our service and live back in the community, where possible.
We believe we offer a positive, caring and supportive environment. As part of their rehabilitation patients are encouraged to take part in social activities both within and outside the hospital wherever possible.
We look after men with a learning disability or Autistic Spectrum condition.
For the first time in a long time I have my son back and now I don't have to worry as I can see that the whole team have his best interest at heart. He has improved so much in a short space of time.
Everyone does everything possible for my son and I'm really pleased with the care he gets, and really pleased with the service.
We believe that working together is best, and we listen and respond to our patients, their carers, families and other professionals to gain a complete picture. We aim to re-integrate our patents into the community or help them move into supported living and back into the community as soon as they are able. Then, we focus on relapse prevention and help with citizenship in the community.
Our hospital is managed by Lisa Stafford. She is supported by our highly skilled team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, support workers and occupational therapists who are all selected for their professionalism and integrity.