National Neurological Services
Part of National Care Group, National Neurological Services is a specialist service supporting people with Acquired Brain Injury, neurological conditions, and disorders.
We provide slow stream rehabilitation and both short and long term residential care for males and females over the age of 18. The residential services are small and homely with between 4 and 8 en-suite bedrooms and well-equipped communal areas.
We deliver person-centered care plans and focus on supporting people to achieve their goals to work towards living more independently.
The six services are each supported by a registered manager and a team trained in Acquired Brain Injury and any specific conditions relevant to the people they are supporting.
Our slow stream rehabilitation service is a nurse-led service with a physio, occupational therapists, and a speech and language, therapist. The service is also supported by a neuro consultant and a neuropsychologist.
We can also offer physio and occupational health and speech and language input at our residential services should this be required.
National Neurological Services work in partnership with the NHS and local authorities to deliver exceptional person-centred health and social care. Through our partnership working we ensure the personalised care we provide, in every case, fully meet an individual’s needs and encourages them to achieve their maximum potential in terms of independence and quality of life.
National Care Group provide personal care, rehabilitation and complex disability management for adults following a brain injury or living with a neurological condition.
If required, we can also provide a Neuropsychologist, Occupational Therapist or Speech and Language Therapist (SALT). These options can be discussed at any pre-assessment. All colleagues are experienced and receive specialist training to enable the provision of high-quality care to all the people we support.
We care for adults with the following diagnosis:
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Traumatic brain injury
- Anoxic brain injury
- Subarachnoid haemorrhage
- Brain tumour
- Huntington’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Motor neuron disease
- Frontotemporal dementia
- Mental health
- Physical disabilities
Our service locations
Ashbrook Neuro Rehabilitation | Specialist Neurological Residential Care
Albert Road | Specialist Neurological Residential Care
Springvale | Specialist Neurological Residential Care
Deepdale | Specialist Neurological Residential Care
Primrose | Specialist Neurological Residential Care
Rosglen | Specialist Neurological Residential Care