8a Peartree Avenue
Peartree House treats and cares for anyone from 18 and over, both as inpatients and as outpatients from Peartree House as a base or in the community. The people we treat have suffered brain injuries as a result of various causes which range from road traffic accidents, falls, other traumatic incidents, stroke or brain injury caused by illness or degenerative conditions.
Our community service offers a personalised approach, building bespoke packages around the individual, working closely with our clients and their loved ones to ensure clients are treated holistically and that all of their care and therapy needs are met. Our staff are skilled and experienced in managing a range of neurological conditions and specialise in acquired brain injury. We pride ourselves on building trust, providing high standards of care and working as a multi-disciplinary team to achieve excellent outcomes for our clients.
Our key value of working together for a better life is at the heart of every member of our care team.
We believe caring for clients in their own home environment allows individuals to safely remain at home with their families, have access to the community, ensure a good quality of life, and have more choice and control over their lives.
For those in an inpatient setting our team can support early discharge home, which often helps relieve distress, promote independence, and minimise extended inpatient admissions. We provide a full assessment of the client, produce bespoke care plans, maintain high standards of documentation using the Nourish system, and ensure training and support for the care team to achieve these goals. We ensure ‘best-fit staff’ with the required skills and experience are provided for the client.
We can provide care and support from a few hours to 24 hours a day with flexible working to meet the needs of the client, or a complete live-in package.
We can help if a client has:
- experienced a traumatic, anoxic or acquired brain injury, including stroke.
- a progressive neurological condition such as MS or Parkinson’s Disease.
- disorders of consciousness.
- other complex neurological disorders which occur alongside brain injury such as epilepsy, learning disability or mental health issues.
While based in Hampshire, our community service can offer support nationwide.