We opened in 1994, specialising in giving nursing care for people aged 18 and over. We take care of those who have complex neurological needs, such as:
- acquired brain injury
- multiple sclerosis
- motor neurone disease
- cerebral palsy
- Huntington's disease
- Parkinson's disease
Our aim is to help residents fulfill their potential. Whether their stay is temporary or long-term, we aim to offer a homely and comfortable environment. As well as providing skilled nursing care, we understand the importance of promoting independence and supporting people in making their own choices. We make sure they are involved in all matters affecting their daily lives.
Our services are run from a listed building, which is situated in over 100 acres of beautiful parkland.
Suffolk Information Standard
Sue Ryder is pleased to be accredited with the Suffolk Information Standard. This local Standard demonstrates our commitment to provide information that is based on well-founded internal processes, consistent with other information providers in Suffolk.
To find out more, please visit the Healthwatch Suffolk website