A 16-bed locked unit (including 4 self-contained ‘Independent Living’ flats) for adult men who have an acquired / traumatic brain injury and experience complex behavioural, psychiatric and emotional difficulties.
Tavener specialises in the admission, stabilisation and treatment of adult men with complex mental health needs and neuropsychiatric diagnoses.
Our patients develop a framework of skills that allows them to re-integrate with their community. From the moment of admission our team focus on individual goal-planning with each patient, and agree on specific behaviours to develop or reduce.
Our 4 self-contained flats further support patient progress by testing their daily living skills, cognition and behavioural management in a safe environment. Patients can then continue their recovery in one of our community settings (The Berkeley’s), via slow-stream rehab (Althorp), or back in their local area.
We support men who are aged over 18 and have:
Our therapeutic programme is designed to create an environment where individuals experience success through achievable goals and regular opportunities for learning.
In partnership with patients 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 Tavener are to:
Our Tavener Discharge Co-ordinator begins 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.
Typically patients will spend 6-12 months on Tavener main unit or ‘Independent Living’ Flats before moving along our care pathway to a less-restrictive environment such as Berkeley Close, or returning to their home area.