Our specialist brain injury rehabilitation support
We provide specialist care and support for adults with brain injuries in our 19 rehabilitation services across the UK, as well as in transitional and step-down properties, out in the community and in people’s own homes. We work with you to create a holistic and individually tailored rehabilitation support pathway.
We work with multi-disciplinary teams to rehabilitate and provide on-going care and support for people with brain injuries and complex needs. We have a collaborative process that encourages, educates, and supports people to take control of their lives after a brain injury and regain their independence.
Focusing on improving your quality of life, we work closely with you and your loved ones to ensure support is:
- defined based on individual needs
- guided by the individual’s goals
- based in the community
- inclusive of family / support networks
Many of the people we support with brain injuries also have further personal or complex clinical needs, such as epilepsy, diabetes, or substance misuse. Part of our rehabilitation support includes helping you manage these additional needs through detailed support plans.
We also have a team of trained nurses that support our services in managing more complex needs and nursing tasks.
Our expertly trained nurses can provide support for complex needs including:
We understand how important progressing towards independence is. We use industry proven methods and best practice approaches to monitor progress and focus on improving cognitive and behavioural outcomes.
Partnership with Headway, the brain injury association
Across the UK, 16 of our brain injury rehabilitation services are accredited by Headway – the brain injury association.
The Headway accreditation is a recognised process of support and development for those providing specialist services to people who have sustained a brain injury.
This accreditation demonstrates our commitment to continuous service improvement and ensuring our workforce are trained and skilled in working with individuals with a brain injury.