The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is pleased to announce it will be offering new additional services for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI), extending its provision and facilities in Glasgow.

The Trust already offers specialist rehabilitation services for people with acquired brain injury at Graham Anderson House, its 25 bed independent hospital in Glasgow. Graham Anderson House, in conjunction with Health Boards across Scotland, has identified the need for additional specialist services for those with acquired brain injury and behavioural disorders who require transitional living facilities or longer term support. Four bungalows offering services to 16 individuals with acquired brain injury and complex needs will be opening in Summer 2015.

The new Eastfields development will include:

  • a nursing service for those with complex medical needs who display behaviours that challenge the service provider;
  • supported accommodation for those displaying high or medium risk behaviours who require ongoing psychological support and behavioural management, and who may have the potential to transition into their own tenancy;
  • transitional living services to support service users to increase their independent living skills prior to discharge;

For more detail about the service and admission criteria download the latest development brochure


Graham Anderson House new developments

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