Cuerden Hall Neurological Centre

Cuerden Hall provides specialist care to support people with neurological conditions to optimise their health and wellbeing, maximise their independence and support their social and emotional needs.  

There is a huge range of support of offer, from long-term residential care, rehabilitative services to help people to improve or regain their abilities and day services to enable people to remain independent at home.

Our services

Residential services

Our expert teams provide ongoing care for people with both complex neurological conditions and support people through rehabilitation and end of life care.

We work with each individual to ensure that care is tailored to their specific needs. Activities are specifically designed to reflect and encourage people’s interests and skills and we will do whatever we can to enable people to live a full and satisfying life, whether it’s an outing to the shops or someone to read to them, we do all we can to make it happen.

Rehabilitation

Access to specialist and appropriate therapy is essential for people with neurological conditions.

Our team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists are a vital part of the personalised care that we provide.

They support people to maintain or build strength, relearn skills and find new ways of doing things, depending on their individual goals and ambitions.

 

Day services

Our day service helps to support people’s independence, skills and self-confidence in living with or recovering from a neurological condition.

The condition-specific programmes offer expert treatment and support tailored to each individual. They provide an opportunity to meet with others who are going through similar experiences, while providing carers with a break too.

 

Complementary day therapies

Complementary therapies like massage, aromatherapy and reiki are available as an aid to reducing stress, increasing energy and improving relaxation and sleep.

This can be very therapeutic and benefit both patients and their carers.

Spiritual care

When the big questions such as ’Why me?’ are playing on someone’s mind, or they’re feeling great fear and anxiety, spiritual support can be a huge comfort.

Regardless of faith or belief, we are here for people, families and carers to bring peace of mind. We can also help with any religious needs people have or, if we can't help, we'll connect them with people who can.

Sue Ryder Nurse at Leckhampton gazing at other nurse

Our Sue Ryder Nurses

Our nurses are privileged to care for people at the most difficult time of their lives.