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TypeAdult Services - Community Brain Injury
The Community Brain Injury Service is a Psychology led multidisciplinary service that provides specialist neurorehabilitation to adults who have experienced an acquired brain injury.
After providing a specialist assessment in order to identify the various ways in which the brain injury has affected each individual person, a program is put together to help the person work towards an agreed personal rehabilitation goal. Common goals include:
- Managing memory or other cognitive problems by using aids and compensatory strategies
- Managing mood problems relating to the brain injury to improve emotional wellbeing
- Improving strength/balance/mobility
- Being able to participate in meaningful activity such as work, volunteering, or leisure activities.
We also run various group programs for both people with brain injury and their families or carers. These change from time to time but at present include Understanding Brain Injury and Fatigue Management.
Who is this service for? Adults who have suffered an acquired brain injury and need rehabilitation in a community setting.
How to access this service: Referrals are accepted from any professionals who are able to provide sufficient information regarding the brain injury and the impact it is having on the person. We also accept self-referrals from people who are known to us and need further support after having previously been discharged.
AddressIsebrook Hospital, Abbey Block, Irthlingborough Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN8 1LP
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Telephone: 01933 235829
Mon-Fri: 09.00 -17.00
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