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Mill Street, Liverpool

Mill Street

Mill Street is a supported housing service in Liverpool for adults with acquired brain injury or neurological conditions who wish to live in the community, with bespoke person-centred support to ensure life after brain injury can be well lived.

Brief overview

Specialism: acquired brain injury rehabilitation.

  • Thirteen self-contained one-bedroom apartments designed over four floors with full lift access
  • One large communal lounge
  • Office facilities for tenants
  • A cosy communal outside area
  • Ideally located close to the vibrant city centre

About Mill Street

Mill Street, Liverpool is a specialist brain injury supported housing service providing 24-hour care for people with an acquired brain injury and complex cognitive, physical and/or emotional needs. We offer people a range of support to develop social functioning and positively manage behaviours that challenge.

Facilities 

We offer attractive and accessible accommodation for up to thirteen people within our main centre. Mill Street has a fully equipped kitchen to support individuals to regain their daily living skills. The service also has a large comfortable communal lounge and a cosy outside area to socialise with other tenants.

Our rehabilitation models

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 programme may include:

  • Educational and therapeutic sessions
  • Support for personal, social, and domestic skills
  • Guided leisure time
  • Behavioural management
  • Community access
  • Vocational support and training

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.

Becoming more independent

Access to the wider community forms an important part of the rehabilitation journey. Mill Street’s proximity to Liverpool city centre, public transport links, local shops, amenities, and leisure or recreational facilities make it ideally situated for community integration. These locations also offer opportunities for education, training, and work placements.

Who we support

Our brain injury rehabilitation services are for people who experience some / any of the following symptoms:

  • Cognitive problems, including thinking, memory, problem-solving, learning, awareness, and perception
  • Physical impairments that affect mobility, posture, or dexterity
  • Behaviours that challenge
  • Communication difficulties
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