48 Cedar Road

At Cedar Road, we support nine residents. We provide high quality support to enable them to develop and maintain their independence and cognitive skills following an acquired brain injury. We are pleased to have been granted Headway Approved Provider status.

Supporting you

The support we provide is based around rehabilitation techniques which increase individuals’ independence. We also monitor progress regularly using Goal Attainment Scaling.

We can also provide neuro-occupational therapy and have a proven track record in helping our residents move forward and achieve the lifestyle they want.

Location

Everyone is encouraged and assisted to make the most of local facilities, using public transport where possible to build independence.

The varied activities people currently enjoy include swimming and bowling. Visits to local attractions such as Dudley Zoo and Castle are also arranged.

Facilities

The spacious shared spaces within the home give our residents the opportunity to socialise, spend time alone or participate in therapy sessions, as they wish. We also have a specially designed training kitchen for preparing meals.

The home has been carefully designed to meet the specialist needs of our residents, whilst still providing a warm environment. The nine bedrooms all have ensuite facilities and ceiling tracking is available where required. We have a large garden which people are invited to help maintain.

The team

Our well-trained staff team at Cedar Road are supported by a neuro-psychologist, who assesses each person's specific needs and implements and reviews therapy programmes.

The high staff levels enable people to become actively involved in the daily running of the home.

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About me

I joined Voyage Care in 2015. Since 1990, I have worked within the health and social care sector holding senior positions within several national care organisations. I will be providing guidance and support to the business on supported living. I joined from Affinity Trust where I held the position of Director of Operations and Quality.

About me

I have worked in the area of brain injury rehabilitation since 2009, throughout this time I have managed and developed a range of services that are tailored to meet peoples’ needs at every stage of their rehabilitation pathway. My passions lay around ensuring that everyone we support has a personalised rehabilitation / support package with clear goals and identified outcomes leading to increased independence and reintegration to the broader society.

Specialisms

Brain injury rehabilitation, re-ablement, transforming care, physical disabilities, transition, mental health and epilepsy

Qualifications

HND Change Management; DIP Health and Social Care Leadership; Cert ILMA; PTLS.

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