Rosebank House is a complex rehabilitation service for men and women with a primary diagnosis of mental illness. The team will provide support for individuals with schizophrenia including treatment resistant, schizoaffective disorder, depression, anxiety. They may also have a secondary diagnosis including alcohol, drug and substance misuse, behavioural disorders such as compulsive obsessive disorder (OCD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bipolar, panic disorder and Autism.
Patients may have a forensic history; they may be stepping down from secure services. The enhanced environment allows the team to work with a range of patients in the least restrictive setting according to their needs.
More information about Rosebank House
This modern, purpose-built house is specifically designed with facilities to fully prepare patients for independence in the community. A fully equipped Activities of Daily Living kitchen plus communal spaces such as TV lounge, dining room, art room and quiet areas. The site is fully wheelchair accessible and there is a garden and outdoor areas.
Model of care
Rosebank follows a patient centred recovery focused model of care, individualised to the needs of each patient using least restrictive principles and practice. Treatment needs are identified from the pre-admission assessment process with the care pathway formulated in collaboration with the patient. Discharge planning is initiated from admission with the patient actively involved in the process including setting goals and timeframes for discharge. This ensures the patient is aware of what they need to do to achieve their recovery goals. All care pathways are Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) led with a holistic focus that ensures all aspects of the patients’ needs, including their physical health are catered for. The team use Recovery Star to support and measure patient outcomes throughout their journey.
Treatments and interventions used include
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Psychosis
- Trauma focussed work
- Substance misuse and recovery work
- Anger management
- Offence related work
- Psychoeducation focussing on self-perception and self-esteem, treatment adherence, family relationships and social networks.
Many of our patients will have a history of substance misuse to support them in their recovery we provide a twenty two week substance use programme which is bespoke to each patient.
The programme comprises of three modules.
- Motivational work & Psychoeducation
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
- Relapse Prevention
We use psychometrics to evaluate pre and post programme in order to highlight individual risks, needs, and responsivity principles. Whilst also providing a framework for treatment efficacy.
- Men and women aged 18 and over.
- Informal, on a CTO or detained under the Mental Health Act 1983, amended 2007.
- Primary diagnosis of severe and enduring mental illness
- Secondary diagnosis that includes complicated alcohol, drugs and substance misuse, behavioural disorders, mild learning disability and autism
- May present with complex or challenging behaviours.
- Have or will be working towards unescorted leave.
- Be able to or working towards being fully independent in ADL’s.
- Be able to or working towards self-catering.
- Be able to or working towards medication.
- Management and self-medication.
- History of trauma.
- May have a forensic history and/or be stepping down from high dependency rehab or secure services.
- May have a history of repeated acute admissions.
- May be stepping up from failed community placements.