Acquired Brain Injury

We understand that life after a brain injury or the diagnosis of a long term neurological condition can feel challenging, worrying and confusing. Our highly skilled team work towards improving the quality of life of our clients to support everyone to reach their full potential. Our fundamental focus is high quality care, supporting wellbeing, growth and development. We make this vision a reality by employing the best people and by adopting a team approach to the provision of our services.

Some of the areas that we can provide support with include:

  • Providing trained support staff – skilled in rehabilitation
  • Relearning executive skills such as budgeting, managing appointments and correspondence.
  • Behaviour management such as emotional needs and anger management
  • Activities of personal care and daily living
  • Helping clients to increase their socialisation and build meaningful relationships

Carebridge works with clients together with their families and friends to support and enable them to reach their full potential. Prior to joining Carebridge all support workers must have at least 6 months experience working with people with a brain injury or long-term neurological condition. Support workers are encouraged to access an extensive training programme to continue to improve their skills and knowledge. We believe that our service is only as good as the quality of the team employed to support our clients; therefore, all support workers receive regular support calls from the office team at the beginning of a new package of care, 3 monthly supervisions as well as annual appraisals.

Ensuring that our service is flexible, personalised and dynamic is very important to us. Each referrer and client/family has a dedicated office team member available to them as well as a 24-hour emergency on-call service. Each client has regular reviews, at least every 3 months which incorporate experience and satisfaction of the service. This enables us to ensure we are meeting the goals and aspirations of our clients and their support team.

The Carebridge Brain Injury Service has extensive expertise in working with local authorities, NHS, case managers and insurance companies, creating personalised packages to meet the unique needs of the individuals we support.

Meeting Your Needs

  • Carebridge supports individuals to live their lives how they want to, make choices about what’s important to them and enable them to prioritise their use of time, energy and skills
  • We empower people to be as independent as possible, by ensuring they have the appropriate equipment, environment, strategies and support
  • By providing input into clients’ own homes and unobtrusive support within their local area, we ensure individuals can stay involved in things that they enjoy in the community
  • Carebridge can provide support to individuals living in residential or nursing homes or those who are in hospital. This support can be centre based or aid for access to the community or other activities

Supporting Case Managers

  • Carebridge offers Case Managers a dedicated contact person to keep you up to date with your clients’ progress, you can rest assured that you always have the information you want.
  • We tailor our recruitment process to the individual client’s needs, ensuring the best matched relationship and their support worker.
  • When requested, Carebridge have the facility to bring together a full team of  Physiotherapist / Speech and Language Therapists / Occupational Therapists and Support Workers to assist Case Managers to maximise their clients’ rehabilitation. We establish a consistent core support team to ensure continuity of services to maximise the client’s rehabilitation.

For more information and to speak to one of our team please call 020 3879 1520 or email

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