Kington House Annexe

Our Support

Kington House Annexe supports four people with an Acquired Brain Injury or who may also have a dual diagnosis of Mental health needs. We focus on improving independent life skills and community rehabilitation. Our friendly supportive environment is designed to enable individuals to regain independent life skills, cognitive skills and develop supportive strategies to enable confidence to take control of their own life. We aim to work with everyone we support towards more independent models of support.

Our Approach

We want people to succeed, but we also want people to enjoy themselves and have a meaningful life. We support people to access social, leisure and relaxation activities, alongside any vocational, occupational and rehabilitation goals which have been set. We want people to have practical skills and strategies to get on with real life situations; therefore, we are down to earth and pragmatic in our approach. Our staff team are renowned for their positivity and creative approach to life’s difficulties.

Who can we support?

Kington House Annexe is ideal for individuals who would benefit from community based rehabilitation and pre-independence training, often following discharge from hospital or following a decrease in skills through a personal set back or Mental Health deterioration. We also offer support for people requiring a ‘step–down’ or a ‘step-up’ service.

Accommodation

Kington House Annexe is a bright, homely and modern home. All rooms are en-suite, and a stair lift is available for access to the bedrooms on the first floor. There is a spacious garden and communal facilities include a quiet lounge with separate family room.

Download the Kington House Annexe brochure

Make a referral

  • Support Type: Acquired Brain Injuries, Mental Health
  • Capacity: 4 Adults
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Barry
  • General enquiries: 0333 444 0075
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk

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