Residential Care Homes for adults with an acquired brain injury or learning difficulties
At the Richardson Partnership for Care (RPC) we provide a residential care package which is tailored to meet the needs of each individual, whether they have an acquired brain injury, learning difficulties or a combination of complex needs, for example, mental health. We ensure that they have the right level of care and support. Our multi-disciplinary clinical support team includes a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Assistant Psychologists, Psychiatrist, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist and Speech & Language Therapist.
We have five residential care homes in Northampton. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission and are regulated for personal care. We predominantly provide care for adults who have an acquired brain injury, learning difficulty and/or mental health needs. Our dedicated care staff receive regular training in all aspects of their work and are trained to carry on and support the work of the therapists. On average, our support staff have 10 years care experience and our care home managers average over 18 years.
We are highly respected in managing different levels of challenging behaviour and our aim is to enable service users to fulfill their potential. We strongly believe that environment and social inclusion are at the heart of fulfilment, and that this combined with clinical care, leads to continual and successful rehabilitation or progress.
“Come and visit to see for yourself”
Greg and Laura Richardson-Cheater