Theoc House

At Theoc House we provide support to 10 individuals with an acquired or traumatic brain injury. We work with you and your families or friends to build a rehabilitation programme, which works to complement your requirements.

Supporting you

Our aim is to work with you to enable you to regain skills and learn new ones as you move forward into a more independent setting. Our programmes are carefully designed and integrated into your daily routine.

Our support is based on rehabilitation techniques which strive to increase your independence, and your progress will be monitored closely using Goal Attainment Scaling. Speech and Language, neuro-physiotherapy, neuro-occupational therapy and psychology input is available as required.

Location

We are located in a quiet residential area, close to Tewkesbury town centre, which offers a supermarket, shops and sports centre. In nearby Cheltenham or Gloucester there are many educational and leisure facilities, such as cinemas and bowling. Within the local area there are riding schools, a wildlife park and a sports centre. Vocational opportunities are available and can be developed at a pace that suits you.

Facilities

Our home has a secluded garden with a patio area and raised beds, basketball hoop and punch bag. The people we support enjoy socialising, in this area through the summer season. We welcome and encourage family interaction and have barbeques in the summer and celebrate occasions throughout the year.

There are seven bedrooms in the main building, as well as two self-contained flats, one with one bedroom and one with two bedrooms. All bedrooms in the house have ensuite facilities and the option for ceiling tracking, if required. The main house and ground floor flat are wheelchair accessible and we encourage you to personalise your room.

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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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