Inspire Neurocare Worcester is a modern rehabilitation facility, purpose-built for the needs of people living with a range of neurological conditions.
Inspire Neurocare Worcester is purpose-built for the needs of people living with a range of neurological conditions and symptoms. Elegantly combining style and function, this contemporary open-plan service has assistive technology built-in, underfloor heating and WiFi throughout.
The 43 light, spacious bedrooms are over twice the usual size in such services, fully soundproofed and with underfloor heating controlled independently. There are ensuite bathrooms in every room. A one-bedroom self-contained apartment provides a step-down service for those looking to develop more independence.
In addition to dedicated areas for families and individuals to come together to cook, eat and relax, the wide corridors, 32 square metre
physiotherapy gym and interior-designed spaces throughout create an atmosphere of comfort, possibility and potential.
Outside, the landscaped grounds provide areas of quiet retreat as well as spaces for socialising and summer barbeques.
“Designed with expert knowledge of neurorehabilitation and managed with passion, dedication and care, Inspire Neurocare Worcester is a truly special service, now welcoming referrals from care commissioners, individuals and families.”
Marc Russell, Registered Manager
Inspire Neurocare Worcester
195 Oldbury Road
Our transparent referral, assessment and costing approach ensures commissioners can be confident that rehabilitation is cost-effective, with responsive therapeutic input which changes as people progress towards their goals.
To make a referral to Inspire Neurocare Worcester, please contact us.
From September, friends and family visiting their loved ones at Inspire Neurocare have been able to do so in the comfort of a new Covid-19 secure visiting area.
In 2003, PC David Austin responded to a request for back up from a colleague attending a domestic incident in Worcester. On the way, David was involved in a collision with a transit van and suffered significant injuries including a brain injury and paralysis to the left-hand side of his body.
Following a vehicle collision, Adrian suffered a severe injury to his brain. He was rushed into hospital, where he spent the following weeks in a minimally conscious state. Over several weeks, Adrian gradually regained consciousness and from January 2020 was able to begin undergoing initial rehabilitation.