Brain injury non-rehabilitation

We understand that there comes a time in the brain injury rehabilitation process where an individual has progressed as much as they can in a rehab setting. At this point, many people are ready to take the next step – whether this is with or without on-going care and support.

Voyage Care are here to support you to take that step from a rehabilitation to non-rehabilitation setting. This could be a step down to a more independent setting such as supported living and support out in the community, or it could be a move to one of our care homes which provides specialist non-rehabilitation brain injury support.

Helping you reach your potential

We work closely with you to develop a tailored support plan with the aim of helping you live as independently as possible. Our goal is to support you to live the life you choose and to take part in the activities you enjoy out in the community.

We are able to provide support for a range of additional complex care needs you may have, and have a variety of options for additional assistive technologies to help you become more independent. You can rely on us for consistent, stable and personalised support, enabling you to reach your full potential.

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Opening times during the festive period
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Opening times during the festive period

We're here to support you during the festive period. If you're looking for care and support during the Christmas season you can do so by contacting our friendly enquiry team on 0800 0353 776 or email referrals@voyagecare.com. You can...

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Our 30 year journey

Voyage Care have been providing great quality care and support for 30 fantastic years. We’re extremely proud of our long-standing reputation for the highest quality care and support, as well as the incredible milestones we've hit over the years. Here's...

Helping you after your child’s autism diagnosis
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Helping you after your child’s autism diagnosis

The arrival of a baby brings happiness to families, watching their movements and observing their milestones is very exciting. Over the first few months, babies become interested in moving objects, smile at their mother’s voice, develop a social smile,...

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Hard work and dedication sees Marner House achieve their accreditation
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Hard work and dedication sees Marner House achieve their accreditation

Huge congratulations are in order for our Marner House team, as the service has achieved Headway accreditation.  The brain injury rehabilitation service, which is located in Nuneaton, was assessed by Headway in a variety of areas to ensure they were...

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Introducing your brand new Zest!

Zest has a new look! We’ve been working really hard to make Zest a magazine for everyone to enjoy together. There’s something for everyone, and our more in depth news and articles for staff will soon be live on Hive, our new and improved intranet....

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Why high functioning autism can be difficult - by Champika Gallage, Home Manager at Sheringham Avenue

It is often said that people with high functioning autism have less difficulties than people who have severe autism. Individuals with high functioning autism are often thought as very intelligent with extraordinary talents and high IQ levels. Because of...

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