Sandpiper

At Sandpiper we provide a specialist approach for people with Acquired Brain Injuries, enabling individuals to work towards self-fulfillment, independence and community participation. We offer support at varying levels, depending on the assessed needs of the individual and is designed specifically to accommodate the complex needs of a wide range of people.

We are committed to delivering successful outcomes for everyone we support. We focus on individual’s beliefs, choices and aspirations, promoting maximum independence within a service which has a strong community presence. We are committed to support individuals on their unique journey, towards a life which is as fulfilled as possible.

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Acquired Brain Injuries
  • Capacity: 6 Adults
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Weston-super-Mare
  • General enquiries: 01934 631893
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk

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