De Bruce Court
Careline Lifestyles has been a leading provider of specialist quality care and support for over 30 years. We are a leading independent provider of outcomes based person centred care for people with mental health needs, acquired brain injuries, complex learning and physical disabilities within high quality environments. Our focus is to deliver outcomes based care, providing our services users support and rehabilitation towards meaningful goals. We support people with a range of needs from short term care to support a good quality of life to long term complex care for individuals who require intensive support and rehabilitation. All our services are individualised, person centred and focussed on outcomes. We passionately believe that our service users have the right to live lives that are meaningful and which enable them to reach their full potential as individuals. Our services promote recovery and social inclusion. We are extremely proud of our services, staff and service users. Specialist residential and nursing support to adults who may have acquired brain injuries, neurological conditions, mental health needs, complex learning and physical disabilities. Our multi disciplinary team of consultant psychiatrist, behaviour specialists, occupational therapists, physiotherapist, nurses (RNLD, RMN, RGN) and specially trained support workers will support people to develop their daily living skills and maximise their potential to achieve their goals and where ever possible a return to community living. Accommodation onsite includes en-suite bedrooms, one bedroom apartments and one and two bedroom bungalows. Facilities available include: spa hydrotherapy pool, training kitchens, sensory rooms, creative suite, private and communal gardens.
Cost is determined by a pre-admission assessment to identify the level of support required.
Physical Environment Accessibility
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Is there accessible parking on site?
Do you have accessible/disabled toilets?
Could you provide a BSL interpreter?
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Makaton training is available/provided to staff depending upon service user needs.
You you cater for religious/cultural needs?
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All service users cultural and religious needs are catered for where ever possible - ranging from the food served, times, religious observations and attendance at religious ceremonies.
Is a referral required to access your service?
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Applicant will usually be over 18 years of age (we can work with those under 18 years of age to support them through the transition process)
In the majority of instances a referral is made by the person's social worker/care co-ordinator/hospital discharge team.
A pre-admission assessment will be carried out by our multi disciplinary team to identify the needs of the person
Written assessment with recommendations and cost of placement will be given to the Social Worker/Commissioner/relevant funding organisation.