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A forensic medium secure neuropsychiatric service for adult men with a brain injury or neurological condition.
Rose is a UK leading service offering specialist neuro-behavioural and cognitive clinical interventions for people with complex neuropsychiatric conditions, including acquired brain injury, traumatic brain injury, early onset dementia, stroke, epilepsy, Huntington’s disease (HD) or Parkinson's disease and associated co-morbid physical or mental health needs.
It provides a safe environment in which expert staff can help people with neuropsychiatric brain injuries, associated cognitive deficits and behavioural changes, to understand and start to manage their brain injuries in a positive way. This includes helping the person to find 'hope' and enabling them to see a life worth living. It also allows safe and supported spaces for people with a brain injury to learn new skills as part of their rehabilitations towards leaving hospital and living in the community.
Bespoke brain injury rehabilitation therapies for cognitive defects
On Rose ward we use a BioPsychoSocial approach focusing on medical and psychological treatment, environmental management, behavioural and cognitive rehabilitation and vocational opportunities.
We are able to support the most complex brain injury cases, where neurological conditions present alongside co-morbid mental health issues.
Our service is delivered by a full time, on-site multidisciplinary team (MDT). Patients benefit from our therapy programmes and assessment tools, specially adapted for patients with cognitive defects, such as an acquired brain injury, traumatic brain injury, early onset dementia, stroke, epilepsy, Huntington’s disease (HD) or Parkinson's disease:
We have the staff expertise to support men who are aged over 18 and have:
On Rose ward, our MDT construct programmes of enablement that allow progress through our pathways to a place of least restriction, and utilise a full range of psychological and occupational therapy programmes which:
The goals of interventions on Rose ward are to:
Rose is overseen by a Clinical Neuropsychiatrist, with an extensive full-time unit team including:
The environment on Rose ward is designed to support the therapeutic and social needs of people with complex brain injuries. Some of the features include:
Across our 140-acre campus patients also have access to;
Our Rose ward Discharge Co-ordinators begin discharge planning from the point of admission. Working with our clinical and social work teams they formulate plans and liaise with appropriate case managers to support a smooth transition.