Acquired Brain Injury Care at The Watling Centre
The Watling Care Centre at Moor Park House offers complex nursing care, for adults with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Referrers and clinicians appreciate our unique ability to care safely for people with specialist and complex needs in a homely residential environment.
Our trained nurses have honed skills which reduce the need for hospitalisation.
We also undertake tracheostomy tube change, catheter change and peg change.
Services at Moor Park House provide an important and uplifting part of the care and whole-life pathways for assessed patients living with some physical impairment resulting from long-term neurological conditions.
For people with an acquired brain injury, caused by either physical injury or stroke, or medical or pharma accident, we provide maintenance and slow-stream rehabilitation and also spontaneous rehabilitation support.
It is our vision to support our residents and their families to achieve and maintain their maximum level of independence following their injury. We promote lifestyle choices and fulfilment of personal and family aspirations for our residents with a neuro-disability.
Specialist teams caring for you
Our specialist team work very closely with not only the person but their family members too, to achieve optimal functional recovery.
For each of our residents we provide ongoing assessment, goal planning and therapeutic interventions here at Moor Park House, by developing individual programmes of care that include the following:
Physiotherapy / Hydrotherapy
Achieving the best possible outcomes
We are accredited by HEADWAY as a Headway Approved Provider and also work in partnership with the wider multidisciplinary team to achieve the best possible outcomes for our residents.
Speech & Language Therapists
Community Occupational Therapists
Specialist education professionals