We have recently extended our range of services to allow the Manor House to care for adults living with complex mental health conditions, including schizophrenia, personality disorder, and bipolar affective disorder, as well as adults living with mental health conditions brought on by substance misuse.
Our fully equipped and recently refurbished Coppenhall Unit, located within the CDL building, has ensuite bedrooms, lounge and dining areas and access to our secure, beautiful gardens.
Supported by our 24-hour specialist mental health care team, individuals receive a personal care plan; following initial assessment and collaboration with external professionals, including social workers and psychiatric nurses, doctors and, of course, the family, a personal care plan is created for each new resident, creating pathways for positive outcomes for each individual service-user and their needs. From here, and following admission, our team take the time to get further to know the residents, to understand them, and to help them and to support them to live an enriched and fulfilled life, to understand any triggers for challenging behaviours and to create support strategies to help residents manage them.
As with every resident at the Manor House, our service users who reside in Coppenhall still receive everything the home offers that supports their wellbeing, including working with our activities team, who are on hand 365 days a year to offer suitable and varied activities for residents to get involved with from bingo to dancing, crafts to baking or more focussed one to one engaged activities depending on the needs of the individual.
Jayne Woods, Registered Manager & Director of Nursing, said, “we’re really happy to have been able to extend our services to support adults living with complex and at times challenging mental health conditions. The nurses and care assistants based within Coppenhall have a wonderful ability to get to know and take the time to understand the residents and help each of them individually on their journey to allow them to live a happily and safely.
We support our community in Stafford and the surrounding areas by offering a home to people with complex mental health needs and ensuring they are well cared for. We are here to help people in crisis and provide positive behaviour support plans centred around the needs of the individual but also, through offering them a safe environment to live in, we are also supporting their family. We encourage visiting and invite friends and family to come in as often as they can to visit on a one-to-one or join in with our many events.”
You can contact us for further information on 01785 250600