Hothfield Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre
Neurological Rehabilitation Service in Kent
At Hothfield Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Neurological Centre we look after adults with a brain injury or other neurological condition. We’re committed to helping every person we support feel safe, happy, empowered enabling them to live the best life possible.
Industry leading brain injury treatment and long-term neurological care.
Set in Kent within the 12 acre grounds of a manor house, Hothfield Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre specialises in intensive rehabilitation for people in the early stages of recovery from a brain injury right through to residential care. We care for adults over the age of 18. Our team are also experienced in managing associated needs, such as specialist spasticity management, PEG feeds and skin integrity problems.
Our on-site Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) includes nursing, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, clinical psychology and rehabilitation assistants. The team is further supported by weekly sessional visits from a Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine.
Our clinical team is further supported by a centre manager, an activity co-ordinator and a team of housekeeping, catering, maintenance and administration staff.
Our Multi-Disciplinary Team work together to ensure that every team member is working towards the same practical, realistic goals and that all therapies are focused on the areas that will enable patients to achieve those clearly defined and agreed goals.
The setting for our neurorehabilitation service is a purpose-built unit. We offer active, short-term rehabilitation for people who have significant speech, functional or cognitive needs. Individuals each have personal rehabilitation goals and we work to a structured therapy programme to help them relearn and practise everyday skills to give them the best chance of a return home.
Located in the original manor house, this service is for people who, as a result of their brain injury or neurological condition, are not able to live at home independently. Whilst they may not have complex nursing care needs or require regular therapy, they do need round the clock support to manage everyday tasks, to keep safe and to have a good quality of life.
Conditions we support, but are not limited to:
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Anoxic Brain Injury
- Brain Tumour
- Guillain-Barre Syndrome
- Infection e.g meningitis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Spinal injury
- Subarachnoid haemorrhage
- Traumatic brain injury
Hothfield Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre provides specialist neurological rehabilitation for up to 32 residents at any one time.
Extensive gardens (12 acres)
Based in an old manor house in the countryside we have a beautiful 12 acre garden for all our residents to enjoy.
Our therapy room offers residents the opportunity to socialise and interact with staff and other residents.
A specially designed area which enables our residents to work with therapists to maximise their potential.
We have a specially equipped gymnasium area for residents to work on functional rehabilitation goals.
A state-of-the-art therapy pool on site with hoist facilities allowing service users to exercise and regain cognitive functions.
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Our goal is to care for people and help them lead rich, rewarding and meaningful lives, however that looks for them. Download our brochure to learn more about the services we provide at Active Care Group.
Commitment to Quality
At Hothfield Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre we have aligned and agreed our strategic goals to define what we want our organisation to achieve. This means we have also aligned them with the five domains of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection standards to ensure we provide the very best care possible to all our residents.
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