We offer a homely and welcoming environment conducive to the well-being of our residents, some of whom live with us permanently, others who stay for a short time, perhaps as as step-down from hospital, before moving on. However long a resident chooses to stay with us, our aim is to help them learn to cope and deal with their personal mental health challenges and difficulties. Our team are on site 24 hours a day and are experienced in supporting individuals with mental health disorders and learning disabilities.   Our goal is rehabilitation and getting people back into the community as soon as they’re able. We work with our residents and, if possible, family members to create care plan with clear goals and milestones.  We also now provide a day care service.

Residential and Short-term Rehabilitation

Residential and Short-term Rehabilitation

We make a careful assessment of an individual's needs before they join us at Redbourne. We talk to the prospective resident and, where possible, family members and draw up a plan of care together. We teach our residents the skills they need to live as independently as possible. Developing skills not only builds confidence but also encourages self-esteem. That's why we don't just focus on self-care and daily living skills, we also look at building confidence through the the learning of new skills such as computer skills and community activities.

Respite Care

Respite Care

A short stay at Redbourne is available for those individuals who live at home but who could benefit from a change of scene. It also offers a break for families and carers and is an opportunity to have care needs re-assessed and to join in with the activities on offer.