All of the services we provide are led by an expert clinical team with acquired brain injury expertise, including Neuropsychologists, Occupational Therapists and Social Workers, supported by Speech and Language Therapists and Physiotherapists as needed.
The impact of an acquired brain injury on a person’s mental health and that of their family can be severe and wide-ranging. Our clinical psychology team supports survivors on their rehabilitation and recovery journeys, including through counselling, family and relationship therapy.
When a brain injury survivor is first referred to us, our Psychologists review the referral and recommend services that could particularly benefit the person and their family. Psychologists also work directly with survivors in a variety of ways, helping them to manage the impacts of their brain injury, such as changes in personality or behaviour.
Together with survivors and other members of our team, our Psychologists help to identify goals that will maximise each person’s independence.
Acquiring a brain injury can create many challenges that make it difficult for the person to manage their day-to-day activities. Our Occupational Therapists focus on breaking down the barriers that prevent brain injury survivors from living their lives to the fullest.
Occupational Therapists are creative thinkers. They are skilled at identifying survivors’ strengths and capabilities, and finding ways to compensate for challenges in their environment. This might include adapting their home so that it meets their physical needs, providing new equipment, or developing planning and memory strategies to help them manage their daily routine.
The overall goal of our Occupational Therapy team is to support survivors to live their best life, as independently as possible. They give those living with a brain injury the tools they need to make their own choices and contributions, no matter how big or small.
Brain injuries turn life upside down for the survivor and their family. Our Social Workers help those impacted by brain injury to adjust to an altered future and achieve the best quality of life possible.
The social work team provides guidance and peer support to our Assisted Living, Home and Community, and Case Management services. They also work directly with individual survivors and their families to identify their needs and offer emotional, social and practical supports.
Accessing Our Services
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