Below is a very simplified and general explanation of neurorehabilitation. You are welcome to contact us to discuss what you are experiencing and what we can do to help.
Neurorehabilitation is the process of trying to aid recovery, minimise functional change and/or compensate for alterations in functional ability following brain injury. Psychologists typically focus on functions such as memory, attention, executive function and so on here. Usually a neuropsychological assessment will be carried out with appropriate recommendations around supports for the individual made within this. Neurorehabilitation can occur after assessment and can focus on relevant functional areas based on the assessment.
Although neurorehabilitation is focused on the person with the brain injury, the process of managing this can include others such as family, partners, carers, friends and so on. At Brain Brolly we have specialist training and years of experience to allow us to offer support to all those involved in neurorehabilitation programmes.