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The acquired brain injury rehabilitation service (ABIRS) provides specialist help and guidance for individuals who have experienced a brain injury (e.g. traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, brain infection or other acquired brain injury; certain types of stroke in exceptional circumstances).
People with an acquired brain injury and their families receive a caring and personalised program of rehabilitation.
A person may experience different challenges during their recovery and the tailored therapy program aims to help with the restoration of the best level of independence as possible.
The acquired brain Injury rehabilitation service is made up of a team of dedicated professionals with a range of specialist knowledge and skills:
You may be seen by more than one person in the team, depending upon your needs.
You may be offered a range of opportunities to help meet your needs:
Rehabilitation may be offered face-to-face, via telephone or video-based methods.
The aim is to help you achieve the most optimal level of independence.
Your rehabilitation program comes to an end when:
Before ending your programme you will have a meeting with your healthcare professional and this will give you the opportunity to: