Heathfield Neuro Rehabilitation Service


We provide tailored rehabilitation programmes for people in a safe, secure and homely environment. What makes us different to other providers is that we offer two service lines at Heathfield.

One unit provides support for people with a neuro-condition such as Huntington’s disease to lead the most fulfilling and independent lives possible whilst managing the condition. The other unit is to provide active rehabilitation for people that are being discharged from a general hospital.


Conditions we support

  • Traumatic and acquired brain injury
  • Stroke
  • Aneurysm
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Brain haemorrhage
  • Diffuse axonal injury
  • Hypoxic or anoxic brain injury

Our services

  • Free pre-admission assessment to determine the needs of the individual, followed by a post-admission assessment with treatment planning from our multidisciplinary team
  • Two specialist neuro services including active rehabilitation
  • 24 bedrooms including 16 en-suite rooms
  • 1 step-down flat for use as a pathway to discharge or a standalone provision
  • High specification profiling beds including a number of these catering for bariatric needs
  • Ceiling tracking hoists available in most rooms
  • Wet rooms with wheelchair access
  • Hydrotherapy bathroom
  • Spacious occupational therapy kitchen
  • Fully-equipped physiotherapy gym
  • A choice of communal lounges and dining areas
  • Access to garden areas
  • A choice of vehicles adapted to provide wheelchair access, supporting the rehabilitation process and allowing all to use community facilities
  • On-site cooks who provide residents with choices for their meals to eat in our dining rooms

Service Details

Tottingworth Park, Broad Oak, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8UN (directions displayed on map)
Service Type:
Rehabilitation & Reablement (injury/illness)
Primary Client Group:
People with mental health needs
Accreditation Scheme Membership:
  • Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Client Groups:
  • People with learning disabilities
  • People with mental health needs
  • People with an acquired brain injury (ABI)

Accreditation Information

Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body established to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.

Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists, and care services delivered in your home are meeting national standards.

This page was last updated on 21 February 2019

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Contact Details

01435 864545