Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire

Following the government's advice and in order to ensure the safety of our patients, clients, staff and volunteers, we are regrettably unable to allow any visitors without express permission.

People who wish to visit should contact the Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre  - Lancashire reception on 01772 627 374.

Please read our guidance before visiting a Sue Ryder hospice or neurological centre.

Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire 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 on 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.

Rehabilitation

We provide specialist programmes of intensive therapy for people with acquired brain injuries, which last approximately 12 weeks.

Our teams of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, neuro-psychologists, consultants, nurses and social workers are a vital part of the personalised care that we provide.

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

We offer:

  • physical rehabilitation – through exercise, balance, postural control, and fatigue and spasticity management
  • rehabilitation for patients with cognitive and communication difficulties who need support to regain abilities
  • re-enablement – using equipment and practical support to aid independence and develop or relearn skills
  • Self-Management and support for family carers – planning for any longer term issues such as feeding, tracheostomy care and continence management
  • support with home visits, discharge planning to return home or a selection of long-term placements.

Supported living

Our supported living service enables people to live as independently as possible, in a home that has been specifically adapted to their requirements, with a team of professional carers on hand.

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.

Complex disability management

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

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.