223 Rochestown Avenue is a detached home providing residential rehabilitation to adults with a brain injury. The service has 4 bedrooms in-house and 1 independent living unit attached to the property. The house was opened in 2006 and is managed by a Local Service Manager, assisted by a Team Leader and team of Rehabilitation Assistants.
223 Rochestown Avenue provides individualised on-site and community-based rehabilitation supports designed to maximise quality of life, while fostering autonomy, personal growth and development.
223 Rochestown Avenue provides 4 individual tenant bedrooms with en suite bathrooms in house, and a fifth bedroom in an independent living unit attached to the property. There is a communal kitchen, independent skills teaching kitchen, living area, bathrooms and laundry/utility facilities.
The house also has its own recently refurbished rear garden with outdoor exercise equipment for tenants. Sleep in and office accommodation is provided for the rehabilitation team.
All tenants are supported to fully contribute to the running of the house. Tenants are involved in regular meetings where key decisions on the day-to-day running of the service are made. Reviews of their individual rehabilitation goals empower them to make decisions about their own personal choices, goals and aspirations.
– Thomas, Anvers Housing tenant
Click on the images below to learn more about how Anvers Housing has helped to rebuild the lives of people impacted by acquired brain injury – supporting them to live more independently within their home environments.