Located close to Moseley Village, Mayfield House provides individualised care for women recovering from severe and enduring mental health illness.
Our aim is to help residents regain skills and develop positive risk-taking in order to move into education and employment.
We look at what can be achieved for each person, their abilities, interests and needs. We work within a positive environment to encourage confidence, bring structure, inclusion and opportunity in their lives.
We focus on recovery models and social inclusion at Mayfield House, by providing individualised-care to support residents to gain their maximum social and community function and participation.
There is a full multidisciplinary team working with individuals to facilitate a more independent life in the community through the use of individualised therapies and community resources.
Our residents are encouraged and supported to make informed choices on their care and to be involved in all aspects such as care planning, social inclusion, activities within the service and the community and encourage personal hobbies and interests. People will be supported to achieve their goals, including building links with local community services.
An environment supporting recovery
Mayfield House is a six-bedded residential service which includes:
- Ground floor bedrooms
- A large kitchen-diner
- Extensive gardens
- Close to Moseley Village and Birmingham City Centre
Our multidisciplinary team
We work closely with residents to help them work towards a more independent life. Our multidisciplinary team is led by:
- An occupational therapist
- Activity co-ordinators
- A nurse
- Key workers
- Recovery support workers
- An assistant psychologist
- An advocate of the resident