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The First session with all our patients is an assessment, during which time we get to know the patient and gain a deeper understanding of all the circumstances that affect their daily lives. This gives an overview of the challenges they are dealing with as well as what they can and can’t do.

This session consists of taking details of what has happened and where things are up to, including any treatment so far, and carrying out a detailed assessment before beginning treatment.

Advice and information specific to the patient’s condition and situation is also given and planning is started for the way forward.

Patients are mostly seen in their own homes. This is more convenient for most people and means we can assess exactly what problems they face on a day-to-day basis, whilst also involving family members or carers. This allows their treatment to be much more tailored to meet their individual needs.

When appropriate, patients can also be seen in other settings, such as in the gym, out and about or at school or college, again making treatment totally relevant to each individual’s circumstances and requirements.

Clinic appointments can sometimes be arranged if necessary.

Our service covers any neurological condition such as Stroke, Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Injury, Brain and Spinal Tumours, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Dystonia, Aneurysm and many more.

We work with people of all ages, ranging from children and teens through to adults. We also provide training and education for carers and support workers to increase their knowledge and effectiveness in caring for patients.

Our aim is always to improve the quality of life by:
   •   Working with physical problems such as mobility, function, posture, pain
   •   Helping to manage tiredness, cognition, perception, body image, concentration, memory
   •   Working with splinting and seating issues
   •   Improving communication ability and independence
   •   Working with swallowing ability and any necessary dietary alterations
   •   Progressing feeding methods where possible
   •   Assisting with coping strategies and providing support emotionally
   •   Working with all psychological difficulties

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