The Richardson Partnership for Care

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The Richardson Partnership for Care

Celebrating 30 Years of Excellence in residential care and rehabilitation for adults with learning disabilities, acquired brain injuries and complex needs

Read our leaflet celebrating 30 Years of Excellence

It was 1989 when Brian and Jackie Richardson first welcomed young adults with learning disabilities into their home at 88 Clarence Avenue in Kingsthorpe, Northampton. They created a supportive, family environment and a stable home for the people in their care. In fact, two of those people are still living with them today. And since then, they have helped more than 230 people to live happy and fulfilling lives.

In 1994, the Richardsons opened their first home for adults with acquired brain injuries, recognising that they too could benefit from the unique environment they created.

Then in 2003, it was time for the next generation of the family to step up. So Laura Richardson and her husband, Greg Cheater, took over the day-to-day management of the business.

As the services grew, so did the multi-disciplinary team of neuro specialists, part of a high-calibre team of therapists and the Managers who run our homes. There are now six residential care homes, accommodating up to 78 adults with acquired brain injuries, learning disabilities and complex needs.

The Richardson Partnership for Care remain true to the values established back in 1989, which have been fundamental to success:

- Community presence & social inclusion

- Choice

- Dignity & respect

- Community participation

- Competence & life skills

Caring is in our DNA

As we celebrate 30 years, The Richardson Partnership for Care is still a privately-owned family business with Laura and Greg Richardson-Cheater at the helm, supported by Service Manager, Jane Payne.

We continue to innovate and focus on enabling service users to have a better quality of life, supporting them to fulfil their potential as valued and respected human beings and increase their independence. We don’t just pay lip-service to the principle of person-centred care, it’s in our DNA. The service user is at the heart of every decision we make.

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Telephone: 01604 791266

The Richardson Partnership for Care
The Richardson Mews, Kingsland Gardens, Northampton NN2 7PW