It is located at Trefnant, near to St. Asaph in North Wales, and is situated in three acres of woodlands and gardens.
Hafod y Green is a specialist rehabilitation and nursing centre, set in three acres of woodland and gardens. The Centre is located in the beautifully picturesque Vale of Clwyd near to St. Asaph in North Wales.
The Centre provides a high quality of specialist rehabilitation and nursing service for those with acquired head injury and other severe physical disabilities such as spinal injury and stroke.
In recognition of disabilities such as Hunttingtons, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease the Centre provides a high quality of specialist nursing care.
Through intensive therapeutic intervention, the Centre will assist patients to relearn how to move again, communicate, develop reasoning and memory strategies, to gain personal living skills, and support patients to come to terms with their disability.
The skills and facilities at Hafod y Green are totally dedicated to achievement of these aims.
The aims of the Centre are to:
Provide effective individual programmes designed to Maximise recovery of physical, cognitive and behavioural Functions leading to the best possible quality of life.
Provide training and support to the carers and families of patients.
Facilitate early and successful return of the patient to the family and community.
Promote and encourage independence and dignity to enable each patient to maintain a high quality of life irrespective of their disability and illness.
Hafod-Y-Green is the specialist rehabilitation family owned healthcare service established in 1990. It is located at Trefnant, near to St. Asaph in North Wales, and is situated in three acres of woodlands and gardens.
STANDARDS AND QUALITY
The Centre is registered with the Care and Social Services Inspectorate (CSSIW) for the physically disabled. For each resident, clear outcomes are defined and measured by standards, taking into account their quality of life.
To assist in achieving our aims, we have developed and operate a quality management system which has gained BS EN ISO 9000: 1994 Certification, including aspects specific to the care and nursing professions.
It is our intention to assist and encourage people with disabilities in all aspects of their daily life, regardless of their race, creed or colour, by providing the facilities necessary for their mental, physical and spiritual well-being.
Each person, whatever his or her disability has the right to be treated with respect, dignity and above all as a valuable individual who has a role to play in the community. Therefore, it is our belief that people with disabilities should have the freedom to pursue their aims in life.