There are three interconnecting units on our Nottingham site: Millwood, Rosewood and Fernwood. Across our three units, we offer a range of services either on an inpatient, residential or day-care basis.

Slow Stream Rehabilitation (Millwood)

Slow Stream Rehabilitation (Millwood)

This service is for individuals who have already undergone rehabilitation and still require further therapy to reach their optimum level of recovery. It is also suitable for those who would find an intensive programme of care fatiguing and would make better progress on a longer less therapy-intensive programme. We provide a range of rehabilitation therapies to help people relearn and practice everyday skills to give them the best chance of a return home.

Complex Disability Management (Rosewood)

Complex Disability Management (Rosewood)

This service is suitable for those individuals who, as a result of their brain injury, are unable to live at home independently usually because of the high level of nursing care they need. This service is also suitable for those who do not have complex nursing needs or require regular therapy, but still need round the clock support to manage everyday tasks, to keep safe and to have a good quality of life.

High Dependency Service (Fernwood)

High Dependency Service (Fernwood)

This service is suitable for individuals with particularly complex nursing care needs. Residents may, for example, have tracheostomies, require assisted ventilation or may be minimally conscious. We also care for individuals who may be in the end stages of a progressive neurological illness.

Day Care and Respite Care

Day Care and Respite Care

Our day care service is an option for individuals living at home or in the community who, from time to time, wish to join us during the day for one or two days a week to either have some therapy or just to meet others and join in with the social activities on offer. A short period of respite at our Nottingham Centre 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.