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Hothfield Manor Centre, Ashford, Kent
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Hothfield Manor Centre, Ashford, Kent

Hothfield Manor:

Hothfield Manor Centre
Church Lane
TN26 1EL

Tel: 01233 643272

Hothfield Manor is an old country house with associated more modern bungalow accommodation situated in the village of Hothfield, near Ashford. It is owned by a consultant psychiatrist and was opened in 1997. The manor house itself can accommodate 10 people, and the nearby bungalows provide space for a further 10. Hothfield Manor provides tertiary slow-stream rehabilitation for individuals over 18 with any form of acquired brain injury. The manor house provides closer supervision for those who need more care and who are more dependent. The bungalows tend to provide a home for younger, more active people, whose pace of recovery is expected to be quicker.

The staff team consists primarily of nurses and care workers, with a variety of local NHS and private rehab and therapy services (including Headway) being either brought in or attended. Key workers are used to help facilitate independence with a degree of structure, but looking outwards to encompass educational, vocational, leisure and community activities. Respite care can be provided.

Prices start at £775 per week for basis care, with individual additions based on specific needs for external services.

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