Our new brain injury rehabilitation service – Lorenzo Drive

Our new acquired brain injury rehabilitation service in Liverpool, Lorenzo Drive, is expected to open in January 2018.

Work started on this £2.7m project in March 2017. This new service will include eight ensuite bedrooms, four one-bedroom transitional living flats and eight Supported Living sole occupancy apartments.

We passionately believe that after the initial stages of medical treatment and rehabilitation, individuals have the ability to progress further and re-learn the skills of daily living or develop external strategies to compensate.

Our goal is to help individuals regain as many skills as possible. We take a positive approach to rehabilitation towards a full and active life for all people with an acquired brain injury.

To provide the best support and recovery plans, we use person-centred approaches that reflect both what is important to and for the people we support.

Lorenzo Drive brochure

We are now taking expressions of interest and enquiries. To find out more about our Lorenzo Drive please contact our friendly enquiry line on 0800 0353 776 or email referrals@voyagecare.com

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