service user Amanda, posing in the Woodmill

The Woodmill has launched a new, flexible brain injury rehabilitation outreach service designed for individuals living in a home setting in the south west of England

This is a service 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.

There are several advantages for those using this service:

Service Manager Emma Ellis-Clark said “This outreach service delivers high quality and value for money, plus with demonstrable outcomes. The multi-disciplinary rehabilitation is delivered with a holistic approach by expert and highly skilled therapists, all trained in BIRT’s neurobehavioral rehabilitation”.

Read more about The Woodmill’s outreach service.

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