Find out how we support people at The Woodmill to live independent lives.

Kerry's story

From working for a solicitor in Yeovil to undergoing brain injury rehabilitation at The Woodmill Kerry's story is one of remarkable bravery and determination. Kerry was admitted to Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, after suffering a brain haemorrhage and, following a turbulent 24 hours, doctors performed neurosurgery to stabilise her aneurysms.
Read Kerry's story.

Matt's story

From suffering a brain injury following a heart attack to working at Michael Caines 'Abode' fine dining restaurant in Exeter, Matt's road to recovery which started at The Woodmill, has been one of remarkable success. Matt worked closely with the clinical team on an extensive rehabilitation programme which included returning home to his girlfriend and resuming his career as a chef. Read Matt's story.

Amanda's story

Amanda was admitted to the Woodmill after sustaining a severe brain injury from falling off a galloping horse. She was in a coma for three weeks and after being discharged from hospital it was noticeable that her situation at home was becoming increasingly difficult. It was then that she was admitted to The Woodmill for rehabilitation and started her long road to recovery. Read Amanda's story.

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