Meadows Mews

45A-E Tame Road, Tipton, DY4 7JA

Meadows Mews is an enhanced community residential transitional service for men with neuropsychiatric or neurodegenerative conditions who may have social and complex needs.

Meadows Mews acts as a transition from inpatient rehabilitation for those service users who have been able to progress through the hospital pathway at our neuropsychiatric services.

Service users at Meadows Mews will continue to receive psychiatric, psychological, occupational therapy and support worker interventions and support, as required, outside a hospital setting under less restrictive settings. The aim of this treatment is to complete brain injury rehabilitation in the community setting with emphasis on making the necessary specialist help available outside the hospital setting.

Residents at Meadows Mews will continue to receive psychiatric, psychological, occupational therapy and support worker interventions and support, as required, outside a hospital setting under less restrictive settings. The aim of this treatment is to complete brain injury rehabilitation in the community setting with emphasis on making the necessary specialist help available outside the hospital setting.

Meadows Mews comprises of ten bedrooms split across five self-contained apartments in a row, to create a sense of community for our residents. All these homes feature a rear garden with patio area, driveway for visitors, living / dining room, bathroom plus additional WC and fitted kitchens offering appliances.

They are located across the road from the River Tame and the picturesque Sheepwash Nature Reserve. Other local amenities are also a short walk away, such as a large supermarket, shops and parks. Dudley Port train station is under a mile away and accessible by local bus services.

Our resident profile

  • Diagnosis of:
    • Established or suspected acquired or traumatic brain injury, such as hypoxia, stroke, brain tumour, encephalitis
    • Established or suspected degenerative brain condition including dementias
    • Huntington’s disease or other movement disorders, displaying abnormal movements or restricted mobility
    • Alcohol related brain injury / Korsakoff’s syndrome
    • Moderate to severe cognitive impairment
    • Dysphasia or other communication problems
    • Organic psychiatric disorder or organic personality disorder
  • May present with challenging behaviour (aggression, utilisation behaviours or sexual disinhibition)
  • May present with co-morbid psychiatric disorders including psychoses, autistic spectrum or substance misuse
  • May have a forensic history
  • We accept people on Community Treatment Orders (CTOs), conditional discharges and individuals under a Court of Protection order

Our Approach

We place individuals at the heart of everything in a partnership arrangement wherever possible. We ensure day-to-day practice is embedded in an overarching framework of support whereby the whole team around the person consciously takes into account the interaction, communication and flexibility of each individual we support.

We provide a comprehensive individually tailored care / support place that is proactively delivered by the whole staff team in an integrated, systematic and consistent manner.

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