Rosehill Rehabilitation UnitLower Warberry RoadTorquayTQ1 1QY

Tel.0808 278 0413


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Through our services at Rosehill, we provide leading person-centred neurorehabilitation programmes that are bespoke to the severity and complexity of a person's particular neurodisability. This includes traumatic brain injury (TBI), acquired brain injury (ABI) or neurodegenerative conditions such as Motor Neurone Disease, or Multiple Sclerosis.

We provide rehabilitation for people in a community residential setting to develop a greater independence, and for those who are medically stable, reintegration into the community.

Rosehill Rehabilitation Unit is situated in a quiet residential area of Torquay, close to local shops and amenities and within easy reach of the coast.

Our approach

At Rosehill, we provide a professional approach but in a family first, homely environment rather than a clinical setting.

The service also prides itself on recognising families as central to the well-being of the individual and they are encouraged to play a key role in goal setting and care planning. Our full team includes:

  • Neuropsychologist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Physiotherapist
  • We provide speech and language therapy at an extra cost
  • Physio tech
  • Therapy assistant
  • Team leaders
  • Rehabilitation support workers

The service works to an interdisciplinary team model of rehabilitation for individuals with brain injury and a 24 hour rehabilitation approach through the dedicated team of rehab support workers. It is based on Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy principles and the experience gained by the team working in the field of brain injury rehabilitation and is grounded by the following national guidelines:

  • Rehabilitation following Acquired Brain Injury National
  • Clinical Guidelines - British Society of Rehabilitation
  • Medicine/Royal College of Physicians (2003)
  • Specialist nursing home care for people with complex neurological disability: guidance to best practice
  • British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine (BSRM)
  • (2013)
  • The National Service Framework for Long Term Conditions (2005)
  • Competence Framework for Long Term Conditions - Neurological. Consultation document draft 3.0. Skills for Health. (2005)
  • Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness - Royal College of Physicians (2013)

Our Services

Fees and Funding

Referrals & Admissions

At Rosehill we support those with:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Diffuse Multi-Focal Brain Injury
  • Stroke
  • Subarachnoid Haemorrhage
  • Neurodegenerative conditions such as Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Huntington’s 

More Info

Our facilities are designed to offer a transitional pathway through the service with progression into an apartment-style room and then to a transitional independent living flat. This supports greater emphasis on outcomes and helps to increase the effective discharge to a wider community independent living.

The service provides:

  • 15 mostly en-suite bedrooms including an apartment style living two bedded annexe, wet rooms with disabled access. All floors are connected by a large lift.
  • Hydrotherapy bathroom with piped music and subdued lighting
  • Occupational therapy kitchen
  • Fully equipped gymnasium
  • Communal areas including lounges and activity rooms with computer access, low stimulation room
  • Large gardens with decked area and views over Torquay
  • A choice of three vehicles adapted to provide wheelchair access to support everyone to use community facilities

Location Details