Springboard is our rehabilitation and recovery service, for working age adults who are no longer in the acute phase of their illness but require a period of support in order to progress towards socially inclusive independent living.
What services do we offer?
The Springboard Rehabilitation service draws upon the expertise of an experienced and diverse multi-disciplinary team working alongside Rehab support staff based at Hope Court.
Springboard is based at Hope Court; our 24 hour staffed, mixed gender, 13 bed rehabilitation unit. Hope Court offers intensive rehabilitation and recovery to individual tenants. It is not offered as long term accommodation; with its purpose to provide a safe environment that offers quality assessment, structured goals directed towards independence and recovery. The team promote person-centred and person-led care.
Interventions that may be provided:
- Occupational Therapy
- Social work interventions
- Creative therapies, including music, reminiscence, art therapy, pet therapy and horticulture
- Social inclusion
- Collaborative involvement work with the person, their family and friends
- Physical health care
- Personally identified goals that are most meaningful to each person and their family.
- Improved quality of life.
- Reduced reliance on medication.
- Improvement/stability of emotional and behavioural symptoms.
- Reduced level of risk.
- Ability to live within the least restrictive environment.
- Increased ability to cope using cognitive, behavioural and motor skills and emotional stability.
- Increased ability to be involved in the community.
- Supporting people to maintain family and social relationships.
HOW DO I ACCESS THE Rehabilitation and Recovery SERVICE?
Referrals to Hope Court under the support of our Springboard team are made through NAViGO’s Community Mental Health Team. You can contact them to discuss a potential referral and assessment as well as for advice on other options.
To make a referral through our Community Mental Health Team please contact the Single Point of Access: