Personalised Rehabilitation Programme

Published by John Gillen | Last updated: 31st March 2023

Here at Cassiobury Court, our 30 years + in the rehabilitation industry has taught us that each client is truly unique. Because of this simple fact, our rehabilitation programme is completely tailored to the clients’ unique needs. There really is no such thing as a ‘typical’ rehabilitation programme at Cassiobury Court. We feel any attempt to standardise the rehabilitation process would dilute its effectiveness in meeting the unique needs of our clients.

Your programme starts with the initial assessment

Upon admittance to our centre, you will be subject to our thorough physical and psychological evaluation. Our assessor will evaluate your full medical and addiction history. You will also discuss, with our qualified assessor, your overall well-being with particular reference to your diet. We will look for any common illnesses and ailments associated with your addiction such as liver disease and malnutrition. Information gathered during the initial assessment will influence what is to follow during your rehabilitation programme.
Information gathered during the assessment typically influences the below components of your rehabilitation programme:

The programme we offer reflects your unique needs

The rehabilitation plan which is compiled during the initial assessment will have reference to the clients’ general needs and special circumstances. Circumstances could relate to clients’ gender, religion, nationality or any disability. We will make reasonable adjustments to ensure your stay at our rehabilitation centre meets these needs.

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Call Cassiobury Court today for your opportunity at securing a long and lasting recovery. You can contact our admissions team today on who will take you through the process of signing up for our renowned rehabilitation programme.

John Gillen

John Gillen - Author Last updated: 31st March 2023

John Gillen is a leading addiction treatment expert with over 15 years of experience providing evidence-based treatment methods for individuals throughout the UK. John also co-authors the book, The Secret Disease of Addiction, which delves into how the addictive mind works and what treatment techniques work best.