Oaktree Manor is renowned for its specialised personalised care pathways for patients with Learning Disability/Personality Disorder, Forensic Histories and Autistic Spectrum Conditions.
Every service user has the opportunity to set and achieve goals aiming for recovery. Our onsite vibrant social skills centre,The Oaktree Centre is an Award Scheme Development and Accreditation Network (ASDAN) centre. Student achievement here is accepted for college entry at GCSE and NVQ equivalent grades.
Learning Disability Services for men and women in a residential setting
Men and Women with learning disabilities and other conditions including sensory impairment, ASC/Aspergers Syndrome, dual diagnosis; men with complex conditions including mild learning disability; women with complex conditions including personality disorder
To arrange a Skype or Video Call please contact Grace Holmes or Richard Mboma on 01255 871017
Kim joined Partnerships in Care as Regional Executive Director in July 2009. Kim qualified as an RMN in 1989 and worked for the early part of her career in mental health services in Plymouth.
Kim has extensive senior management experience, both within the NHS and independent sector organisations, as well as within the Healthcare Commission. Her most recent post within the NHS was as Associate Director of Nursing for West London Mental Health Trust, where she had professional responsibility across high, medium and low secure services, as well as prison in-reach services. Kim has been involved in the management and commissioning of several new services and in recent years has been involved in providing short term support into sites experiencing a range of difficulties. Kim has particular interest in forensic mental health services and is keen to ensure that both patients and staff have full and meaningful involvement in the development of services.
Caroline qualified as a Forensic Psychologist in 2010 after training within the National Probation Service and also within an NHS Low and Medium Secure Unit. During her training Caroline worked for five years with child protection charity, the Lucy Faithfull Foundation where she has gained experience in working with adults and young people convicted of sexual offences. She is a member of The British Psychological Society and The Health and Care Professionals Council.
Dr Hanna, qualified and worked as a GP and Psychiatrist in Egypt from 1984 and also worked in Kuwait before moving to the UK in 1993 where he trained with the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dr Hanna has seven years of experience as associate specialist in learning disability services with various organisations in the UK and he has specialised in forensic adult psychiatry, learning disability and autism.
Dr Durrani is the Lead Consultant for Oaktree Manor and has been working as a Consultant Psychiatrist in the NHS since January 1995 and in the independent sector since March 2011. Dr Durrani is a specialist consultant in General Adult Psychiatry with extensive experience of working with patients with Learning Disability and rehabilitation and has a special interest in managing patients with substance misuse problems and dual diagnoses.
Beatrice qualified as a Registered Nurse in Learning Disabilities in October 1995 and has worked for Partnerships in Care since 1997. She became Lead Nurse for PiC St John's in 2010 and then Director of Nursing in 2012. Beatrice took up the position of Registered Manager at Oaktree Manor in June 2013.