Kath Cox is Registered Manager at Ashbrook Neuro Rehabilitation, Kath has worked in the health and social care industry for 23 years starting as a support worker. Kath says "I am passionate about the delivery of Quality care obtaining positive outcomes from those we support and empowering the staff team to develop their skills and personal development utilising my previous experiences to enhance the delivery of service."
"I have obtained experiences in Elderly care, learning disability, Mental health and ABI in various settings of supported living and Domically care."
"Having previously achieved an outstanding rating with CQC I have been able to use my knowledge and skills to develop documents and strategies to support where improvement were required in collaboration with other services including closed cultures. Working closely with various multidisciplinary agencies I have been successful in developing and maintaining professional, respectful relationships with a good reputation for striving for success."
Slow Stream Rehabilitation – Rochdale
At Ashbrook Neuro Rehab Unit, we provide personal care, rehabilitation and complex disability management for adults following a brain injury or with a neurological condition. We have Registered Nurses on-site 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
We also provide a Neuropsychologist, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist (OT) and Speech and Language Therapist (SALT), a dedicated team of Rehab coaches and therapy assistants. There is also a Neuro Medical Consultant who visits the unit once a fortnight to review treatment and progress. All our staff are experienced and receive specialist training to enable the provision of high-quality care to all our people we support.
Ashbrook offers 7 en-suite bedrooms all on ground level. Our communal space comprises of a spacious lounge/dining room and kitchen. The home has a garden with a seating area. There is also plenty of parking available for your own vehicle or visitors.
We provide care for adults with the following diagnosis:• Traumatic brain injury • Stroke • Parkinson’s disease • Anoxic brain injury • Brain Tumour • Multiple sclerosis • Motor neurone disease • Huntington’s disease • Subarachnoid haemorrhage
Acquired Brain Injuries