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Arbennig Unit

487 Abergele Road
Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL29 9AE

Phone: 01492 516732

Please contact the Manager on 01492 516732 or email arbennig@potensial.co.uk for further information and to arrange a visit.

Registered Residential assessment & rehabilitation unit for individualsĀ aged 18 and over and have a diagnosed Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) or Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD), as their primary need. In addition they may have a mental health issue, sensory or physical disability.

Menai and Clwyd: This floor is dedicated to providing support for those who have diagnoses associated with alcohol and substance misuse, such as Korsakoffs. In depth links with teams such as CAIS, Substance Misuse Team and the local CMHT will be sought for individuals as required by their care coordinator, psychiatrists and other professionals involved in their care.

The service takes a person centred approach, focused on positive outcomes for each individual. Encourages a homely environment, supporting daily living activities and facilitating access to local inclusive community activities.
The Arbennig Unit is close to the town centre and community activities of Colwyn Bay. The service offers people with high support needs a package which includes individualised support & care, in a stable environment, aiding therapy and rehabilitation.

The skilled staff team benefit from training and guidance from Potens Behavioural Support & Therapy Team, accessing solutions to communication issues, daily living difficulties and any behaviour that challenges.
Facilities – Three self contained units, each with 6-8 en-suite rooms, with neutral decoration and space for sleeping & living in each personal room. Each unit has a variety of communal rooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen & smoking room, plus access to a large rear garden & patio area.

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