About UsWe are the leading independent provider of rehabilitation hospital, residential and supported living care for people with Autism, Mental Health needs and Learning Disabilities. Our care services are located in North London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, although due to our specialist services we support people from across the country.
Brookdale has joined a special partnership with Tracscare. Together we share a commitment to delivering high quality, bespoke, person-centred care and support that enables people to meet their true potential. The two providers both work in partnership with commissioners to deliver responsive, flexible, specialist care and support through market-leading training of dedicated, experienced clinical teams and care staff.
Brookdale will complement Tracscare’s existing portfolio which includes services in the Midlands, the South West and South Wales. The partnership will see the two providers share best practice across services, enabling high quality care and support to be delivered across the enlarged group.
We have won awards for our specialist care for people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC). We believe that individuals with ASC are unique in their needs and abilities and our innovative approach specialises in providing a structured therapeutic environment that centres on personalised care pathways to a more independent style of living.
Our AimsTo provide positive outcomes for people living with Autism, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities through person centred care, therapeutic interventions and robust care pathways.
We achieve these by:
- Ensuring that the client’s needs and wishes are at the centre of their care plan
- Providing a safe, secure and nurturing environment to help clients to develop independent living and social skills
- Clinical and therapeutic teams work holistically to provide robust support and intervention
- Ensuring our staff receive the highest level of training and career support to give them the right skills to meet individual needs
- Supporting people to attend college and further their education
- Enabling the people we support to develop the skills to gain and keep employment
- Promoting a healthy physical and mental environment that contribute to independence, fulfilment and overall well-being
Positive OutcomesWe work closely with Learning Disability, Forensic and Mental Health Commissioners and social care staff to provide innovative care pathways, which enable individuals to achieve positive outcomes including:
- Improved emotional and mental well-being
- Increased personal choice and control
- Improved social skills
- Better independent living skills
- Reduction in risk of harm to self or others
- Enhanced personal dignity
- Well maintained health and physical well-being
- To enable each person to move on to least restrictive setting, as soon as appropriate.