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Headway Approved ABI Residential Care
Chandos Road provides innovative, proactive, and person-centred support to adults with Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI). Specifically designed to provide bespoke follow on care and support, many people living at Chandos Road have transitioned from hospital or treatment centres as a vital step in their rehabilitation and/or ongoing support.
Based in East London, the team’s key aims are to reduce risk, maximise independence and support people to achieve quality of life. At Chandos Road, we work closely with the individual, families, community neurological rehabilitation teams, doctors and social workers to establish a partnership approach to supporting people through the next stage of their pathway.
The Headway Approved Provider accreditation demonstrates a commitment to continuous service improvement and ensuring a workforce trained and skilled in working with individuals with brain injury. To achieve the status, Chandos Road has undergone a robust assessment involving on-site evaluation of evidence, together with discussion with staff, service users and, where possible, family/carers.
The staffing team has a good knowledge of my needs. They know I may forget things and are always finding new ways to help me rememberPerson Supported, Chandos Road
With 7 en-suite bedrooms, each person supported at Chandos Road is provided with their own personal space which they are encouraged and supported to make their own.
Having a range of bright and friendly communal areas encourages independence and reducing social isolation by providing a welcoming space for activities and socialising. Chandos is home to a variety of shared spaces including a living room, dining room, kitchen, and an activities room.
Chandos also has a safe and spacious communal garden with a BBQ and allotment area which is enjoyed by many of the people we support.
Our residential provision is far removed from traditional models of support— with a focus on community integration, proactive development of independence and Individual Care Pathways.
Our qualified team members provide each person with the care and support that they need, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – providing a safe, positive and stimulating environment. Services are carefully designed to meet the needs of the individuals who live there —adapting provision to meet individual need, whilst ensuring staffing structures and training are built around each person.
We are proud to have committed, proactive, and experienced teams supporting hundreds of people across the UK. Together, we put the needs of the people we support at the heart of everything that we do in order to provide consistent, high-quality care.
Our recruitment process is focussed on values, ensuring that we only employ people who believe in kindness, involvement, quality of life and progress. We provide ongoing training, support and mentoring to ensure that our team have the skills required to deliver high quality care.
In addition to our highly trained support teams, we also have a specialist in-house Clinical Support Team. The Clinical Support Team is a team of specialists from different disciplines, who work closely together to deliver additional support and expertise to the people we support at Precious.
By having an in-house team, we bring together professionals and practitioners from across different sectors to deliver person-centred, holistic care which focuses on the needs of the individual. With no need to apply and wait for support from external teams, we can provide this specialist support quickly and efficiently.
At Precious, we are committed to improving the support we provide by embedding Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) throughout the organisation. At its very core, PBS is about treating people with respect, putting their needs at the centre and enabling them to achieve the quality and enjoyment of life that everyone aspires to.
PBS takes a person-centred approach to identify which areas of support will be most helpful to each individual. This includes working closely with the people we support to make sure that their choices and goals are heard, respected and actioned.
Based in the heart of East London, on a quiet residential street, Chandos Road has fantastic links to the local community and further afield. It is a ten minute walk and five minute bus journey from Stratford City Centre, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Stratford International Station. It is also within easy reach to Chandos Resource Centre, local churches and Mosques, shops, gyms and further transport links.
We provide a rapid response to referrals and we will normally arrange a professional assessment within a few days of your call.
Our highly experienced team will carry out a full and detailed pre-admission assessment, free of charge and without obligation, prior to a placement being offered. This focuses on understanding the unique needs of each person and forms the basis of the their support plans if they move into the service.
Referrals and Placement Team
Tel no: 020 8826 4343
Mobile: 07550 188 004