Health and social care stakeholders visit Inspire Neurocare
As Inspire Neurocare Worcester gets closer towards welcoming people into the service from February, Home Manager, Marc Russell hosted an open day for health and social care stakeholders this week.
With Director of Clinical Excellence, Michelle Kudhail, Marc and his team welcomed a range of visitors from across the region, including NHS therapy team members from the acute and community services, Headway Worcester team, brain injury case managers and solicitors from Irwin Mitchell who specialise in serious injury for the Midlands region.
Visitors toured the innovative and stylish new service, taking in the large physiotherapy gym, private consulting and therapy rooms, light, en-suite bedrooms, beautiful dining rooms with balconies and the one-bedroom independent living flat, for individuals on a rehabilitation pathway.
Home Manager, Marc Russell said, “It was an amazing opportunity to give some of our stakeholders a preview of our complete service ahead of our official opening event on Saturday 29 February.
The new team embody the Inspire values of dignity, commitment and creativity, of empowerment, collaboration and innovation. We’re all so pleased to be part of the community in Worcester.
At Inspire Neurocare, our fantastic team are driven by a strong commitment and passion to put people at the heart of everything we do and ensure we work in partnership with the people we support to shape their care and rehabilitation.”
Welcoming residents from February, Inspire Neurocare provides care and rehabilitation for people living with a range of complex disabilities arising from illness and injury, including brain and spinal injury rehabilitation, neurological disorders including Huntington’s disease, dementia and multiple sclerosis, stroke and complex care needs including tracheostomy management and respiratory care.
Find out more about the Grand Opening Event on Saturday 29 February – official invitations are on the way!
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