• Members of staff were very welcoming with a positive attitude to the services being provided

  • The number of service users with no productive activity fell from 72% on admission to 22% on discharge

  • Stephen sustained a serious head injury in a road traffic accident while riding his motorbike

  • Graham Anderson House is a state-of-the-art facility that offers an outstanding setting for rehabilitation

About

Located close to the centre of Glasgow, Graham Anderson House is a specialist neurobehavioural assessment and post-acute rehabilitation hospital for people with a non-progressive acquired brain injury. It forms part of the nationwide network of specialist rehabilitation centres provided by The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT). Our clinical expertise and high staff-to-service user ratios allow us to offer exceptional levels of care and support for people with challenging behaviour and complex needs, and we are able to take referrals for those detained under the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003.

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New development at Graham Anderson House
25/02/2015

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is pleased to announce it will be offering new additional services for people with brain injury, extending its provision and facilities in Glasgow. To complement the Trust's specialist rehabilitation services for people at Graham Anderson House, the new development will include transitional living services for those with high and medium risk profiles, and a nursing service for those with complex medical needs.

Assistive technology for cognition handbook developed
18/02/2015

Assistive Technology for Cognition: A handbook for clinicians and developers co-edited by Dr Brian O’Neill and Dr Alex Gillespie systematically examines how cutting edge digital technologies can assist the cognitive function of people who have cognitive impairments,

Vocational placement success
26/01/2015

Attending vocational placements and partaking in vocational activities not only allows service users to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining or returning to employment or other useful occupations following brain injury but provides meaningful activities to participate in.

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