Sunny Bank PRS est. 1988
In January 1988, “Sunny Bank” in Tottington, was opened as a registered residential care home for clients with mental health needs, by Cliff Freeman (R.M.N., ENB 655) and Mary Freeman (Dip. C.o.T. reg HPC). Sunny Bank is registered with the Care Quality Commission.
In January 1991, Cliff and Mary formed the company Sunny Bank PRS (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Service), with a view to being able to offer a fully integrated rehabilitative psychiatric Service (residential care, day care and supported living).
The aim of Sunny Bank is to provide client-centered, rehabilitative, residential provision, for 21 residents who require medium to long term care, some of whom progress on to (semi) independent living within the community.
Rehabilitative day care has also been provided at Sunny Bank and we have also provided limited residential respite care for some of our day care clients.
On the last inspection carried out by the CQC, Sunny Bank P.R.S. was awarded an overall rating of Outstanding.
At all times we aim to provide a high standard of professional support/care and expertise, which has been recognised by fellow health care professionals.View CQC Report
Daisy Field, Greenside &
Having recognised the demand for further supported rehabilitation in semi-independent settings, the Freeman’s opened “Greenside” as a 3 bedded supported living house in 1989, and in October 1994, “Daisy Field” was opened, which is another supported living house, divided into 4 bed-sits.
In 2007, Acres View, a property close to Sunny Bank, opened. Like Greenside and Daisy Field, it provides (4) tenants with assured short hold tenancy accommodation in a large shared house.
The support and care at these 3 properties is provided by the staff team based at Sunny Bank.
These 3 properties are not registered with the CQC as they are not regulated to provide personal care.