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Brain Injury Rehabilitation

The aim of brain injury rehabilitation is to help people achieve the highest level of independence and quality of life possible, by improving or restoring their abilities and supporting them to compensate for disabilities through specialist therapy and nursing care.  

Brain injury rehabilitation can begin at any stage, from immediately following the injury, to months or even years later. Some individuals, well enough to return home, may require only outpatient services, or other forms such as vocational rehabilitation to support their return to work.  Many people require residential brain injury rehabilitation for six months to a year or more to achieve the best outcomes. 

Understanding brain injury

Each year in England, around 2,770 people require a period of neurorehabilitation following a brain injury. Initial inpatient rehabilitation after a brain injury often takes place within the first six months, usually in a post acute rehabilitation hospital.

When it comes to a brain injury, people can experience a range of symptoms that can significantly affect their lives. In the majority of cases, the more severe the brain injury and damage to the brain tissue, the more severe the long-term impact is likely to be. Some people experience complex problems which can affect their mobility, understanding, personality, behaviour, emotions, and close relationships. People may also experience significant fatigue, memory loss, and cognitive deficits, requiring treatment from occupational therapists, speech therapy and physiotherapy. 

A brain injury can put people at an increased risk of long-term neurological disorders such as dementia. 

Brain Injury in Hampshire and Surrey 

Hamberley Neurocare provides specialist residential brain injury rehabilitation in Hampshire and Surrey. At our services, we offer individual care and rehabilitation programmes, where people can access expert neuro rehabilitation and treatment from our consultant-led, interdisciplinary teams.

From physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, neuropsychology and specialist nursing care to ongoing daily interventions from our rehabilitation assistants - our Life Skills Specialists -  the goal of our brain injury rehabilitation programs is to help people achieve the highest level of independence possible while managing their symptoms and a better quality of life.

From the start of the assessment process to our regular reviews and discharge planning, we support individuals and families throughout the recovery journey.  

Hamberley Neurocare services work closely with local brain injury services in the NHS, private sector and third sector, including case managers and charities including Headway Basingstoke, Headway Surrey and Headway Southampton.

We partner with NHS care commissioners and local NHS trusts to ensure our services are joined up and effective.

Our specialist team is always on hand to offer emotional support to family members of the individuals in our care. 

Part of the brain injury support community

Hamberley Neurocare services work closely with local brain injury services in the NHS, private sector and third sector, including case managers and charities including Headway Basingstoke, Headway Surrey and Headway Southampton.

We partner with NHS care commissioners and local NHS trusts to ensure our services are joined up and effective.

Our specialist team is always on hand to offer emotional support to family members of the individuals in our care. 

Questions about residential neurorehabilitation

To arrange a meeting to discuss our neurorehabilitation and care pathways and visit your chosen Hamberley Neurocare service, contact our Business Development Manager, Alastair White, by completing an enquiry form, calling us or contacting a service directly. You can also pop in to our services to pick up a brochure and arrange a meeting at your convenience.

When we receive your initial enquiry via email or phone, we will be in touch within 24 hours to progress your enquiry.

What sets us apart is our commitment to providing personalised, consultant-led care within a supportive, innovative, and collaborative environment. Our core values of dignity, empowerment, commitment, collaboration, creativity, and innovation are at the heart of everything we do. This ethos, combined with our state-of-the-art facilities and a multidisciplinary team of experts, ensures that we not only meet but exceed the expectations for quality neurocare and rehabilitation.

Hamberley Neurocare specialises in a wide range of neurological conditions, including brain and spinal injuries, stroke, early-onset dementia, progressive neurological conditions like Motor Neurone Disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), Huntington's disease, and other complex neurological disorders. Our bespoke care plans are tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual we support.

Conditions we treat