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Egerton Road

Egerton Road

Egerton Road provides specialist neurorehabilitation for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) and progressive neurological conditions (PNCs). Located in Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, just a short walk from the town centre and seafront, Egerton Road is focused on providing individual care and positive outcomes.

Our approach

Egerton Road is suitable for males and females over the age of 18, and has 11 beds. Our aim is to return individuals that we support back into the community, via a programme of slow-stream rehabilitation. Independence, freedom of choice, socialisation within the local community and daily routines are all actively encouraged. Egerton Road is geared specifically to cater for adults with an ABI in a supportive, family-like environment set within a residential space.

We also help individuals to participate in:

  • Supported education
  • Adult education
  • Voluntary work placements
  • Attending day centres
  • Workshop placements
  • Various sporting and social activities

Following on from their time at Egerton Road, we offer outreach services to those who move back into the community locally. For people moving out of the local area, we liaise with external providers of outreach services, such as Headway, in order for the transition back into the community to be completed and fully supported. We also have an internal care pathway option should a move into the local community not be appropriate at that stage. In summary, we offer short-term assessment, respite and long-term care.

All of our care plans are tailored to individual needs and provide guidelines for everyday life. Support workers provide 24-hour guidance and assistance, and one-to-one and group activities, including cooking and daily living skills.

We hold regular care and support plan reviews with as much input from individuals, along with funders, families and other relevant stakeholders, to evaluate achievements and identify further plans for development.

The team

Egerton Road has an established multidisciplinary team, who work together to maximise the independence of people that we support. The team comprises of:

  • An experienced service manager
  • Specialist support workers
  • Consultant neuropsychologist
  • Psychology assistant
  • Occupational therapist
  • GP
  • Speech and language therapy, physiotherapy and dietitian are all available via GP referral

An environment suited to recovery

Our absolute priority is to make sure we operate safe and effective services 24/7 and that all staff understand what is required of them to make that happen. Our facilities at Egerton Road include:

  • A total of 11 rooms, 10 within the main house, utilising communal bathrooms
  • 1 self-contained transitional living unit, with en-suite facilities (comprising of a bed-sit with bathroom and kitchen) adjoining the main building. Our transitional living unit provides an ideal environment to practise independent living before returning to the community
  • Family room
  • Sitting room
  • Dining/activities room
  • Internet access for residents' computers
  • Laundry
  • Fully enclosed patio area

Referrals and admissions

Egerton Road is suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

  • Male and females aged 18 years and over
  • Specialises in care for younger adults
  • ABI
  • Congenital conditions
  • Stroke

"I was very impressed at the high standards of care and the person-centred approach demonstrated at your unit during my recent visit. This was very clearly demonstrated by your multidisciplinary team working together to structure and implement an active care plan for Patient A. The input from the team and the reports they provided were very impressive and answered all my queries – giving me information pertaining to the structure, input/services, events, activities and social interactions in and outside of your establishment, that A would be interested in participating in. You also maintain a homely feel to your unit – which felt very welcoming. " 

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