Re -adjusting to life in the community after a brain injury
After a brain injury you may return home from a medical setting such as an acute hospital, but still be in need of neuro-rehabilitation services to assist with any behavioural or physical changes you may have suffered due to your acquired brain injury. Our community rehabilitation services focus on improvement of functional skills, health and medical management and teaching alternatives to behaviours that interfere with a person’s functioning and rehabilitative progress. An Individual Rehabilitation Plan (IRP), outlining the goals and objectives of the person with a brain injury (abi) may be developed by the neuro-rehabilitation team and implemented on a one to one basis by the Rehabilitation Assistant in the community.
Access the services offered through Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, or refer someone to our services