The project will provide vital support to brain injury survivors and their families. Following a referral, initial information and advice is available from our experienced therapist. As part of the introductory support, new clients will receive up to three one hour sessions.
It ran from 12:00 PM, 27 November 2018 to 12:00 PM, 4 December 2018
Registered Charity in England and Wales (900591)
Brain injuries do not discriminate ‚Äì they can happen in seconds to people of all ages in a variety of situations but the effects can last a lifetime. There are many possible causes: accidents, tumour, stroke, cardiac arrest, post viral infections such as meningitis. The impact can include: loss of independence, loss of employment or life role, increased stress and breakdowns in family relationships, low self-esteem and lack of confidence, anxiety, depression, poor memory and fatigue.
We provide coping strategies, practical solutions or establish routines to help people feel more in control. All clients have a personal enablement plan and work towards a range of short term and long term goals, combining soft outcomes and practical skills. A key aspect of the support we provide and that differentiates us is that it is not time-limited and a client can remain with us for as long as they need. Regular assessments mean we can tailor support to clients‚Äô ongoing and changing needs.
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