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SSAFA Norton Homes

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The two SSAFA Norton Homes provide short term accommodation so that families can stay nearby whilst visiting their loved ones at Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham and the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court, Surrey. The houses are designed as 'home from home'. They are both located in secure and peaceful environments.

The homes are available 365 days a year and are run by dedicated on-site teams who are there to offer support, comfort and advice to those who stay at thisoften very difficult and emotionally challenging time.

Who can stay there?

Any family members who wish to visit a loved one at Selly Oak Hospital or Headley Court may stay at SSAFA Norton House. Parents, spouses, partners, brothers and sisters, uncles and aunts and children of any age are all welcome. The homes also have disabled access and facilities enabling patients to spent time there too if their family or a partner is visiting.

Facilities

The Norton Homes are both bright and modern houses that are equipped and furnished to a very high standard. They consist of:

Selly Oak

6 bedrooms (4 with en-suite facilities) 2 spacious lounges Large kitchen with open plan dining area Laundry Room &patio area

Headley Court

6 bedrooms (4 with en-suite facilities) 2 spacious lounges Large kitchen with open plan dining area Laundry Room Large garden & patio area Quiet Room Children's playroom

Referrals

All referrals for SSAFA Norton House Headley Court should initially be made through the Social Work team at DMRC Headley Court: T: 01372 381071 or Military (9) 5238 7299

All referrals for SSAFA Norton House Selly Oak should initially be made through the Defence Medical Welfare Service and Welfare Agencies of the Tri Services, of those patients undergoing treatment at RCDM.