Annesley House is an essential part of PiC Midlands full care pathway for women and offers both low secure service, inpatient rehabilitation and a recently introduced specialised high dependency unit. Patients who will benefit include those stepping down from secure services, or stepping up from the community or rehabilitation. The aim is to prepare for step down transfer, either within PiC services, to other services and in the longer term, to the community.
The women's service uses a 4-stage model of care - stabilisation, engagement and awareness, choosing change and maintaining recovery.
Therapy and care is centred on the recovery model. Care Plans form the basis for the patient’s subsequent care in the community.
The HDU ward serves women who, because of a high self-harm risk profile, need more intensive support than is required in standard inpatient rehabilitation, yet who, because of a low risk profile of harm to others, do not need the physical security restrictions of a low secure environment.
Low Secure and Inpatient Rehabilitation including specialised High Dependency Unit. The hospital is for women only
Women only with primary condition of mental illness and/or personality disorder. Co-morbid diagnoses may include those above and mild/borderline intellectual disability. Patients are detained under the Mental Health Act.
Awards Patients at Annesley House won a commended award for their poem ‘Our Love Poem’ at the Koestler Art Awards 2013
Patients are offered a wide range of vocational and educational opportunities and a varied timetable which includes their choice of therapeutic and meaningful activities to suit individual needs and interests.
To arrange a Skype or Video Call please contact Jane Walker on 01623 727900
Mike Bennett, Operations Director, North and Regional Executive Director North West and Midlands region, is a registered nurse with over 30 years of experience in specialist mental health care with a passion for making a difference to people’s lives.
Dr Caroline Jacob, MRCHB MRCPsych MSC, has been with Partnerships in Care as Consultant Psychiatrist since August 2012 and was appointed Regional Clinical Director in June 2013. She trained in forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy. Her writings on personality disorder have been published widely and she is the author of the Quality Network Standards for Forensic Psychotherapy in Medium Secure Settings. In her role as clinical director she manages the medical teams throughout PiC Midlands.
Kelly Johnson-Ward, Hospital Director, is qualified in Occupational Therapy and Psychological Therapies and has worked for PiC since 2005. In 2013 she became the Registered Manager of The Willows.