- Enable people to work towards regaining daily living skills.
- Work with people to stabilise mood and behaviour.
- Re-engagement back into the community...
Jenny says “I was in and out of hospital for two years trying to recover from two brain haemorrhages and a stroke, before considering facing life in the community again. I felt lost and bewildered and very uncertain as to
I was just 12 months old when I had my head injury. I was born with a brain tumour and suffered from epileptic fits. I take medication to prevent my fits but I have memory problems and need support to
I had my brain injury in 2005. I was in a car crash when I was 19 on my way to the football. I was in a coma for six weeks. I can remember what my life was like before
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How we can help...
Our service is run by a friendly and dedicated group of staff, volunteers and students. We support service users to learn new skills and relearn skills they may have lost since having acquired their brain injury. We are service user led and we aim to integrate people into their community as much as possible in the activities we run.