After a stay in a hospital ward following an operation or treatment, if you are medically well, but not yet able to go straight home, you may be moved to a step-down bed in the community.
You will receive rehabilitation and re-ablement support to help you safely return home, or to an alternative setting such as a care home. Our therapy and nursing team will work with you each day to make sure your recovery is as quick as possible, and that you feel able to do as much as you can for yourself.
We will work together with you and your family and carers to make sure we provide you with the care needed to make you as independent as possible before going home to continue your rehabilitation.
Visiting times for family and friends are 2.00pm to 5.00pm, 6.00pm to 8.00pm daily and other times by prior arrangement.
We will work with you and your family so you can return home as soon as you are safe to do so. We will discuss this with all involved prior to your discharge date, and will include all appropriate community services to make sure you are well supported once you leave us.
We have step down rehabilitation beds at:
Skylarks Rehabilitation Unit at Yate
Henderson Rehabilitation Unit, Thornbury
The Willows Nursing Care Home, Bristol
Deerhurst Care Home, Bristol
Orchard Grove Reablement Centre, Bristol
Windmill House, Thornbury
Do you know a member of staff within our Rehabilitation Service who has gone above and beyond your expectations and deserves to be recognised for delivering an exceptional service. Each month we choose an individual or team to be our Sirona ‘Star’.
Tell us about them today, we would love to hear from you. You can email us using the form below or drop us a line at the following address: Communications Office (2nd Floor), Kingswood Civic Centre, High Street, Kingswood, Bristol, BS15 9TR.
Henderson Rehabilitation Unit, The Grace Care Centre
Visiting times are: 11am to 8pm.
Kingswood Civic Centre
Kingswood, South Gloucestershire
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