Kington House

A care pathway to more independence

Kington House is a bespoke specialist service for individuals with Mental Health and Acquired Brain Injuries. We focus on improving independent life skills and community rehabilitation. The friendly supportive environment is designed to enable people to regain independent life skills, cognitive skills, develop supportive strategies and to give people the confidence to take control of their own life.

We aim to work with people towards more independent living. We work with people to achieve their goals through supporting them to access training, volunteering and employment opportunities. Individuals are supported to engage in their local community and to learn and practice new skills in a supported environment.

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Acquired Brain Injuries, Mental Health
  • Capacity: 11 Adults
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Barry
  • General enquiries: 0333 444 0075
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk

News and events

The National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards Finalists 2019

We are proud to announce we have five finalists in the England region and four...

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CareTalk Magazine Article Recognising strengths, creating opportunities

Informative article about our Quality Checkers and new Safeguarding and Enablement project features in CareTalk...

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World Autism Awareness Day Conference

As part of World Autism Day 2019, we hosted a complimentary Conference at Stonehouse Court...

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HealthInvestor 2019 – Recognising achievement in the business of healthcare

We are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the HealthInvestor...

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STOMP card game

Exciting new STOMP card game has just been launched.

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ABI Conference

accomplish to host a complimentary ABI conference, bringing together advocates, professionals, staff and clinicians

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