Branford’s Story

“I have thoroughly enjoyed living in my apartment which is just right for my needs”

Branford Yeboah has been living in Apartment 3 at Cloch Cora, Waterford, since June 2021. The apartment is one of three independent living units at the site, designed specifically for people living with an acquired brain injury.

The apartments offer a sense of community and security, with support from the team at Acquired Brain Injury Ireland accessible 24/7. At the same time, they provide privacy, autonomy and an environment where survivors like Branford can regain the skills and confidence they need to live ever more independently.

Rob, Local Services Manager, Cloch Cora:

“The people we serve and support are the main drivers and voice behind their rehabilitation plan”

Branford has high praise for his new home and the support staff in Cloch Cora:

I find the apartment extremely comfortable and central to shops and other amenities. My ‘Anvers’ neighbours in the adjoining apartments are so friendly and kind, and the staff in the main residence are also extremely helpful. Any issues I have are dealt with by the manager with no fuss.

Branford’s home is one of a series of high spec, accessible apartments and bungalows owned and managed by Anvers Housing. Like its Assisted Living houses, Anvers’ independent living units are fully integrated into the community, at the same time as being located in close proximity to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland services.

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