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Long Term Patient Care

For a better standard and quality of life.

At the Kings Lodge Centre for Complex Needs, we provide specialist nursing care and rehabilitation for people living with a Neuro-disability or neurodegenerative disorder, including acquired brain injury, MS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s Disease or Epilepsy. These specific long-term neurological needs often cannot be met in a hospital or a general nursing home as specialised support is required.


Our dedicated and professional team aim to maximise any recovery and maintain health and wellbeing regardless of the origin of injury. Our person-centred approach ensures all care programmes are specific and personalised to each individual - we work with them, their family, loved ones and professionals to design a care plan that’s tailored to their needs and goals and enhanced through meaningful activities that make life more fulfilling. 


Kings Lodge provides specialist services for bariatric residents with BMIs over 40 with ground floor rooms especially equipped with bariatric hoists, bariatric beds, specialist equipment and trained staff.

Complex Long Term Care

Nurses and carers who are specially trained to look after residents with complex care needs. Medical services with GPs visiting two days per week to review residents and care for their medical complexities.

Acquired Brain Injury

Kings Lodge caters for residents with acquired brain injuries working with residents and families to ensure they live their best lives, this includes physiotherapy and rehabilitation services, an array of activities to support residents to become active members of the community and all medical, nursing and personal care.

Respite Care

We offer respite care for any people who require temporary care to support them being able to live in the community.

Chronic conditions

Kings Lodge cares for adult residents of any age with chronic debilitating conditions such as MS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s Disease or Epilepsy who require specialised nursing, medical and personal care.

Residents with Tracheostomy

Kings Lodge cares for residents who have a tracheostomy in a special unit enabling one to one care with trained nurses and carers.

Alternative Therapies