1 Langstone Business Park
New Bridges ©
ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY.
AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER.
Creative Living & Lifestyle Options
For Individuals With Complex Needs.
New Bridges is a specialist Residential and Outreach service provider for individuals who have acquired brain injury, complex needs and learning disabilities. It opened its first home in Wales during 2007 and later expanded into the South West of England in 2008, providing high quality social care within a variety of settings to include Residential, Supported Living and Outreach Support.
We currently provide 4 residential homes, four individual flats and a range of Outreach Support Services in the Newport and North Somerset area.
We are able to provide high quality social care for individuals with an acquired brain injury, learning disability, mental health problems and those with complex needs, ensuring that the individuals we support are involved and encouraged to achieve lifestyles that are both satisfying to themselves and valued by others in society.
We provide a specialist approach where our highly skilled and trained staff teams can enable individuals to work towards self-
New Bridges is operated by a senior management team who possess a wealth of experience within both public and private sectors and maintain a high presence and standard across all homes.
Our aims are to provide the highest possible quality of life for each of the individuals that we support and to promote their health and happiness. In all of our homes, we aim to create a warm and homely environment, which cater to individual needs and aspirations, and maximise the potential of our service users.
Our primary objective is to enable individuals to live fulfilling and inclusive lifestyles within local communities by providing individually tailored and robust support packages.
We also aim to ensure that individuals can be supported to live locally within the community, to maximise access to facilities by the individuals being supported and to aid their integration into the social setting.
New Bridges has an extensive history of successfully supporting individuals to move towards gaining greater independence within their lives. Our unique homes can accommodate both the needs and desires of our service users, allowing them to live healthy lives whilst enjoying the privacy and sensitivity of a smaller and more comfortable home. We are committed to continuing our work with our commissioners and stakeholders and ensuring the best outcomes are achieved for the individuals that we support.
Our continued commitment is to ensure:
We have a robust programme of quality audits and procedures to ensure the monitoring of care management systems and make our reports available for inspection within the home. These are also available at our download page
Our teams have regular supervision and appraisal sessions, alongside a continuous programme of face to face learning to encourage skills and development. This include statutory and specialist training from our team of in-
Meaningful Activity Programmes
Each home has an experienced Vocational Coordinator who tailors activities to individual needs and preferences.
We encourage the individuals we support to participate in the day to day running of their homes and the support received.
Inspection and Standards
We are committed to maintaining good practice standards and participate in a variety of quality forums. We are also regulated by the CQC and CSSIW.
Inspection & Standards