Clinical therapy services, designed for individuals and delivered in ‘own home’ setting

The Woodmill has developed a new, flexible brain injury rehabilitation outreach service for the South West of England. This is for people who would benefit from structured rehabilitation to help them gain independence after an acquired brain injury (ABI), but who do not need this to be delivered within a residential care setting.

Who is The Woodmill’s Outreach Service suitable for?

  • People with an acquired brain injury who are medically stable, want to live at home and/or who have a strong family or support network.
  • Individuals who have potential for brain injury rehabilitation, who may or may not have undertaken treatment like this before.

What are the advantages for people using this new brain injury rehabilitation outreach service?

  • Benefit from the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's (BIRT) substantial expertise with neurobehavioural rehabilitation delivered in the comfort of the home environment
  • Access to clinical services such as psychology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and a team of fully trained rehabilitation support workers
  • Personalised brain injury rehabilitation plans delivered in your own home to help you develop and practice independent living skills in the environment in which you will use them
  • Residential or day respite on a short term basis available

Why should you use The Woodmill’s Outreach Service?

  • Regular reviews, led by BIRT’s clinical team
  • High quality, value for money brain injury rehabilitation services with demonstrable outcomes
  • Multi-disciplinary rehabilitation delivered with a holistic approach by expert and highly skilled therapists, all trained in BIRT’s neurobehavioural rehabilitation

The Woodmill, part of the UK wide Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust network of services, is its specialist rehabilitation service in Devon, which offers assessment and intensive rehabilitation and continuing rehabilitation for those with longer term needs.

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Find out more by contacting Emma Ellis-Clark, Service Manager

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Tel: 01884 836 220

The Woodmill
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust
Exeter Road
EX15 1EA

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