The Richardson Partnership for Care has an established track record in providing care for adults with learning difficulties and acquired brain injuries.
In all our homes we aim to achieve individual-centred care, which emphasises the whole person, focusing on his or her needs, abilities and aspirations. We place particular emphasis on the individual’s functional performance and its enhancement – with a view to maximising quality of life, by fostering empathy between carers and service user.
Our aim is to enable our service users to realise their potential, with respect to the issues listed here.
• Social Integration
• Individual Choice
• Dignity & Respect
• Community Participation
We are committed to providing opportunities for social integration and community participation, through which individuals can develop life skills and relationships.