Sneyd Stroke Rehabilitation Ward

Elderly & Community

Providing specialist and coordinated rehabilitation to adults following a stroke

What do we do?

The Stroke Rehabilitation Unit is a 20 bed ward that provides specialist and coordinated rehabilitation to adults following a stroke. It is part of a wider stroke service that includes an Acute Stroke Unit based at the Royal Stoke University Hospital and the Community Stroke Team at the Haywood Hospital.

The rehabilitation is provided by a range of stroke-skilled and specialist health professionals, which includes medical, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and dietitians

What do we offer you?

  • The multidisciplinary ward staff are experts in stroke rehabilitation and will work in partnership both with the person who has had a stroke and their family / carers to achieve the best possible outcomes
  • The specialism of the ward staff ensures that they are able to effectively manage the variety of physical, cognitive and psychological problems that may arise as a result of a stroke giving all patients the opportunity to improve     
  • The ward staff use a wide range of treatments and techniques to ensure that people can participate in activities of daily living as much as is possible.  It is this consistent approach adopted by all the members of the team that facilitates recovery following stroke and is important in achieving the best possible outcome for the people that use the service
  • The ward provides a significant role in carer education and training, including informal and formal carers to enable ongoing rehabilitation following discharge from the stroke rehabilitation ward
  • The staff will ensure that both patients and their carers are well informed during their time on the ward and will meet to review progress, discharge plans and other relevant information.  Written information will also be provided on a variety topics following a stroke, including managing risk factors to further prevent strokes.

Where we are based?

Sneyd Stroke Rehabilitation Ward, Haywood Hospital, High Lane, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 7AG 

How do you access us?

Most patients are accepted via the Acute Stroke Unit at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.  If patients are not on the Acute Stroke Unit they would be reviewed by either the Stroke Coordinator or member of the Stroke Team for their suitability.

Contact us

Telephone: 01782 673620


Haywood Hospital,
High Lane,

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