Maeres House provides support to eight adults with brain injuries.
We support individuals who would benefit from increasing their independence in a supportive community setting. We adopt a person-centred approach, aiming to support each person to regain their social, cognitive and independence skills, and to develop their confidence.
Speech and language, neuro-physiotherapy, neuro-occupational therapy and neuro-psychology input is available as required. Programmes are be carefully designed and integrated into each person’s daily routine.
Support will be based on rehabilitation techniques which strive to increase independence, and progress will be monitored closely using Goal Attainment Scaling, which provides motivation.
The accommodation is extremely welcoming and has been designed to the highest standard. Maeres House has eight bedrooms with level access ensuite facilities, all of which feel individual and unique and can meet the needs of people with physical disabilities.
The home also offers a wide range of communal facilities, including a training kitchen, a spacious living room, quiet room, activity room/gym and an assisted bathroom. There is an extra training kitchen where people can be supported by staff to develop their menu planning and food preparation skills.
The home is fully wheelchair-accessible, and ceiling tracking is available as required. Externally there is a garden with a level access patio area; everyone is encouraged to be involved in the further design of the outside areas.