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High Dependency facilities

Within the Jacobs and The Dean Neuro Unit there are dedicated bedrooms, trained respiratory nurses and carers for the ventilated and tracheostomy resident. These High Dependency facilities include ceiling tracking hoists, wall mounted suction and oxygen equipment.

On - Site Therapy Team

Complex careEach centre benefit from a well equipped gym and a team of highly regarded and skilled Neuro therapists (Physiotherapy, Speech and Language and Occupational therapy) and therapy assistants who have varying levels of experience and qualifications.


All three Centres assist recovery wherever possible and specialise in slow stream rehabilitation. Emphasis is placed on maximising each individual's abilities, comfort and quality of life.

Seating Specialist

A Seating therapist is available for assessment and review to ensure correct seating provision for each individual resident

Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine

Dr Kwei Nyein from the Regional Rehabilitation Unit Northwick Park, Harrow will assess all referrals for admission to Gardens and Jacob Centres and visit the centres for Doctors round, family meetings, case reviews, and consultations.

General Practitioner Services

Each centre is served by a local G.P practices. The GP visits every day and who is responsible for prescriptions, medical certificates and other medical needs. A 24 hour on call-system is in place for any medical emergency that may require hospital admission.

On site healthcare facilities (non-emergency, referral based private and NHS)

at the co-located Rivers Hospital and Winfield Hospital.

Other professional Services

Other professional services visit regularly as required including specialist palliative care, psychotherapist, chiropodist, dentist, massage and aromatherapies therapists and optician.

Social Development

Sensory roomSocial development as a registered care homes emphasis is placed on a homely environment and social activities. Each Centre employs activity organisers, who will work with the resident, family and staff to provide activities to contribute to an individuals overall well being and fulfilment.


Activities include sensory stimulation (each centre has a specially equipped sensory room), relaxation, film afternoons, parties, excursions, seasonal events, facilitated computer access (including specialist/adapted equipment) and the pursuit of residents own interests.

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