Find out how West Heath House helps people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) to live more independently.

Ashley's Story

After sustaining a brain injury from being involved in a serious car accident, Ashley was initially admitted to West Heath House for a period of assessment and rehabilitation. He was then moved to the Transitional Living Unit in Redhill Road. Read Ashley's story.

James' story

James was admitted to West Heath House due to suffering serious behavioral changes following a hypoxic brain injury. The clinical team at West Heath House designed a structured rehabilitation programme to support James to become more independent. Read James' story.

Chris' story

Chris sustained a traumatic injury from falling down a flight of stairs and was admitted to West Heath House after being on an acute hospital ward for four months. Through rehabilitation Chris's aggression and limited awareness of his surroundings was managed. Read Chris' story.

Joe's Story

Joe sustained a brain injury in a road traffic accident in February 2018 and was transferred to West Heath House after 10 weeks in a general hospital. The service's multi-disciplinary approach has helped Joe to reduce his anxiety and confusion and work towards his end goals. Read Joe's story.

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