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Home > Our services > Jane Percy House
At Jane Percy House, we provide innovative rehabilitation and ongoing support to enable people to thrive after a brain injury or physical disability. We aim to make sure that everyone can live independently as they can in an environment that enhances their wellbeing.
Specialism: residential care
At Jane Percy House, we offer support to help people join or move through the service as they need. We actively promote the involvement of families and seek to involve the people we support in every decision that affects their lives.
Jane Percy House provides accommodation and support for people with complex and high dependency needs, giving independence and lifestyle choices to adults with brain injuries and neurological conditions.
of people needed less supervision when they left Jane Percy House
of people improved in at least one area of intervention.
of people goals were partially or fully achieved between October and December.
Jane Percy House is a purpose-built bungalow catering for up to 25 people, built around a sunny private garden and courtyard. Each private bedroom has an ensuite shower facility with a hoist tracking system in all bedrooms and bathrooms. All rooms have an intercom system and television facilities. There are also two rehabilitation skills kitchens, jacuzzi bathing facilities and an additional specialist bathroom. Jane Percy House has many communal areas, fully furnished to a high specification, including a dining room, comfortable lounges, and a function room.
Our specialist rehabilitation is based on a neuro-behavioural approach and focuses on enabling people to function more independently and develop their lives as they choose. The multi-disciplinary team has specialist assessment and therapy rooms to aid individuals in recovery.
The programme may include:
The people we support are actively involved in reviewing their progress against agreed outcomes, and we promote the involvement of families in the rehabilitation process. Home leave is encouraged wherever possible.
Access to the broader community forms an important part of the rehabilitation journey. Jane Percy House is situated at the Brockwell Centre and is within two minutes of local amenities, including shops, restaurants, takeaways, and a GP surgery, ideally located for community integration. There is also a wheelchair-accessible vehicle on site and access to local taxis, trains, and buses.
We support people with disabilities, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida and arthritis, multiple sclerosis and disabilities resulting from accidents or a stroke. As well as providing physical care, we are committed to ensuring that people have control over their lives and are always treated with dignity and respect. We offer a person-centred approach that encourages personal development, confidence, and independence.
Our brain injury rehabilitation services are for people who experience some / any of the following symptoms:
Please read our latest outcomes report about the positive outcomes we achieve for people with brain injury.
Phone:01670 590 333Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgAddress:Jane Percy House, Brockwell Centre, Northumbrian Road, Cramlington NE23 1XX
People with brain injuries have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network of hospitals, assessment and rehab centres, and community support services across the UK.