Information for families and carers
Are you looking for residential care for a loved one who has an acquired brain injury or learning difficulties?
At The Richardson Partnership for Care our aim is to enable our service users to realise their potential. Within our residential care homes, we are committed to providing opportunities for social integration and community participation, through which individuals can develop life skills and relationships. Knowing that a loved one is being cared for with dignity and respect, and receiving the right level of clinical care, goes a long way to providing valuable relief for families.
As a leading provider of residential care, the Richardson Partnership refuses to accept complacency. This is reflected in the care of our service users as we continue to strive for excellence. We provide a person-centred approach in which each of our service users are valued as an individual and our standards are implemented to provide an environment which offers emotional support within an atmosphere of acceptance. However, within this ‘open’ style of care and management, we maintain clearly-defined standards and principles to ensure consistency and continuity of care.
Our person-centred care and support is based around an integrated process of user-lead assessment, intervention/non-intervention, monitoring and review. The process begins at the referral stage, with extensive reports and assessments of social history, psychological and psychiatric conditions and other factors, including future aspirations and needs.
We understand the importance of maintaining family relationships and encourage families to visit their loved ones in our homes. We also facilitate and support home visits for the service user.