Brain Injury and stroke rehabilitation
Neurological conditions and brain injuries can affect anyone, at any time in their life.
People living with acquired and traumatic brain injury, stroke and spinal injury can experience a broad range of complex physical, sensory, cognitive, psychological, emotional, behavioural and social difficulties. Whatever the symptoms, Exemplar provides the support and services that make a difference to a person’s quality of life.
We support individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can result following accidents, falls or assaults and acquired brain injury (ABI), which can result from infection, stroke, haemorrhage and hypoxic brain injury. Our highly specialist services can also accommodate individuals with spinal injuries who require tracheotomy and ventilated care.
Individuals living with the life-changing effect of a stroke are supported by Exemplar’s specialist teams who work with a person to increase their functional abilities including movement, speech and emotional needs.
A positive approach to rehabilitation
At Exemplar, we take a positive approach to care and rehabilitation. We work in partnership with multidisciplinary teams of occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, psychiatrists and psychologists to ensure service users can achieve their goals.
Our highly experienced staff understand the devastating effects these injuries have, not only for the individual but also for families. When the time comes to move from an acute care setting, we offer a truly supportive environment for individuals.