Rehab and Recovery Services

We recognise that carers, family and friends are important to our service users and their recovery. With their consent, we like to involve family and carers as much as possible in their care.

Each team has a dedicated Carers Champion to advocate for carer’s needs, they collect and provide information for carers about local support, wellbeing, and any service updates.

We value your insight and experience in your unique role as a carer. We would like you to be involved in your family member/friend’s care as much as possible to ensure we are all working together to support and enable your family member’s recovery. We encourage you to be a member of our review meetings (please be aware that this will be guided by your family member/friend’s wishes).

Review meetings take place every three weeks, where you and your family member/friend can discuss your thoughts and feelings about how things are going and help us make decisions about ongoing care.

We have flexible visiting times at Asket House and Asket Croft. However, we do ask that visitors do not come during mealtimes.

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Here’s what some of our carers had to say:

“The service did well for my loved one, she’s so much better, and you can tell the difference.”

“Just being at Asket has made her more confident; she’s improving because of the support there. The unit doesn’t feel like a hospital. It’s more like home. There’s always someone there to talk to.”

“The service is altogether very good, friendly, helpful, and positive.”

Rehabilitation and Recovery Carer’s Leaflet.

You can find more information about the support available for carers on our carers webpage.


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