The Chantry Neurological Centre

The Chantry 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, including 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 teams 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 or find new ways of doing things depending on their own 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.

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.

Each person holds their own tenancy and has full control over the type and level of care they receive from us, from 24/7 support to less intensive care.

As well as providing a comfortable place to live and socialise with the other residents, there is plenty of entertaining space for when friends and family come to visit.

Features

  • Four bedrooms for tenants (plus one room for use as a staff facility)
  • Large kitchen and dining area
  • Spacious lounge area  with a conservatory and patio
  • Well-maintained garden.
  • Two fully-equipped wet rooms (plus additional cloakroom)
  • One parking space for each room
     

Location

Situated in a popular area of town close to Ipswich Hospital and a 10-minute drive to the town centre.

Dementia Together

Dementia Together provides practical information and support for people living with dementia and their carers in Suffolk.

Dementia is an illness that affects individuals in different ways over time. If you are living with dementia or caring for someone who is, you may have concerns or want to know more about the condition and how to access the different types of support you need.

Dementia Together works together with local community services to provide co-ordinated, responsive support for individuals at every step of the way – whether that’s information about dementia, connecting  with others who understand, or planning for the future.

Who is it for?

Dementia Together has been developed with people affected by dementia and their carers. It aims to enable and empower people affected by dementia to make their own choices, feel in control of their lives, and live well with dementia. It also supports health and social care professionals, and business and community leaders seeking advice about dementia-friendly communities.

Who delivers Dementia Together?

Dementia Together is co-ordinated by Sue Ryder and delivered in partnership with local organisations in the health and social care and voluntary sectors.

An award-winning service

Dementia Together won the CCG & Local Authority Integrated Commissioning for Carers Award at the prestigious Health Service Journal Awards 2017.

Read why it came out on top.

How do I access support?

For support at any stage, call the free helpline on 08081 688 000 or email SRYC.DementiaTogether@nhs.net.

Visit the Dementia Together website.

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Our Sue Ryder Nurses

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