“Heathcotes certainly manage challenging behaviour very well” Care Manager, Leicester
The Heathcotes Group is Proud to be a NAPPI Centre of Excellence
97% of staff are happy working with the Heathcotes Group
96% of staff are happy with the support they receive from management
"Heathcotes provide proactive support in attaining service users goals" Social Worker, Manchester
"I like to do new activities. I am very happy" - Service User, Wakefield
100% of Families felt our staff know their family member well and can provide sensitive support that is unique to them
“His quality of life and wellbeing have improved greatly. I can’t thank Heathcotes enough” Family member, Heathcotes Eversley
100% of external stakeholders agree that their service user is well supported
“They use a person centred approach and are always looking outside the box for new opportunities for my client” Social Worker, Doncaster
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3rd Sep On Tuesday 15th September we will be holding an information afternoon regarding our new site on Lancaster road, Hucknall. The site will provide two brand new, purpose built services for service users with a Learning Disability and complex needs and is also home to our new eight bed residential Personality Disorder service. The information day will provide you with the opportunity to: · Find out more about the new service, it’s location and layout · ...
20th Aug We are delighted to announce that Dr Peter Burbidge will join the Heathcotes team as Head of Psychology and Clinical Lead in October 2015. Peter will be responsible for developing and running our new specialist residential service for service users with Learning Disabilities and Personality Disorder. Peter trained in Hull and has worked as Principal Clinical Psychologist in a Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) for the last six years where he specialised in working with people diagnosed...
18th Aug The Heathcotes Group will be opening two purpose built, specialist residential services for people with a Learning Disability and co-morbid Personality Disorder. The new services will be located in Leeds and Nottingham and are due to open late 2015. The service will be led by Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dr Peter Burbidge, and will have input from a Specialist Occupational Therapist. The treatment will be based on the bio-social model of Personality Disorder and will include the full...
12th Aug Happy Birthday to George, one of our service users at Heathcotes Norton in Sheffield. George celebrated his birthday in style today and chose a buffet lunch that he shared with his family, staff and service users. After being discharged from his hospital placement, George has developed his independent living skills and shopped for food for his party with staff. He prepared for the celebrations by helping tidy the communal areas and completed all his daily living tasks. George said,...
6th Aug Congratulations to Gemma Yardley from Heathcotes Bridlington who has recently completed a parachute jump to raise funds for local charity, Rock 2 Recovery. Rock 2 Recovery helps armed forces personnel to manage Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and is a charity that is close to Gemma and her family. Gemma had a long wait on the day and finally took to the sky at 19.30. She raised over £300.00 for her charity and upon safe landing, Gemma said the experience was well worth the wait...
4th Aug The Darling Buds of Mansfield Service users and staff at Heathcotes Mansfield have been busy creating a decorative flower display which now sits in reception at our Chesterfield Head Office. Service users were challenged to create a decorative piece to brighten up the reception area and Heathcotes Mansfield were first to rise to the challenge, naming their creation as The Darling Buds of Mansfield. The display is accompanied by a poem which describes how service users and staff worked...