Brain Injury Care

Through consultation with the doctor, a registered nurse will set up a plan and conduct it accordingly.
Brain Injury Care

Brain Injury Care

At HFH Healthcare, we understand the life-altering effects of acquired brain injuries and the  challenges they pose to individuals and their families.

Whether an acquired brain injury is recoverable or not, our dedicated team of expert nurse led brain injury carers are committed to providing exceptional care that enables clients to live life to the fullest.

We take a highly proactive approach to rehabilitation, helping clients and their families to cope with any physical or behavioural changes caused by a brain injury.

When the time comes for the client to leave hospital and return to their own home, or that of their family, we develop an individualised care plan, including input and guidance from highly experienced healthcare professionals to enable a smooth transition into ongoing home-based care.

With our expertise in comprehensive care and support, we empower individuals to regain their independence and live the life they choose following a brain injury.

Understanding Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired brain injury can result from various causes such as traumatic incidents, strokes, infections, tumours, or a lack of oxygen to the brain known as anoxia. Acquired brain injuries can vary widely in severity and outcome.

While some individuals may experience significant recovery and improvement over time, others may face long-term or permanent impairments. Certain acquired brain injuries have the potential for recovery through rehabilitation.

At HFH Healthcare, we recognize the importance of providing specialised care to support individuals in their recovery journeys. Our team of skilled professionals, including nurses, specialist acquired brain injury carers and healthcare professionals, work together to develop personalised care plans tailored to meet the unique needs and goals of each client.

We help support clients in a range of rehabilitation services to help them maximise their functional abilities. The rehabilitation process focuses on improving mobility, motor skills, speech and language abilities, cognitive functions, and enhancing overall independence. Our skilled brain injury carers work closely with clients and their families to establish personalised goals and milestones, ensuring a client-centred approach throughout the rehabilitation journey.

For individuals with unrecoverable acquired brain injuries, HFH Healthcare recognizes the ongoing challenges they face. Our brain injury carers are dedicated to providing compassionate care and 24 hour support to enhance their quality of life.

We understand that even though some impairments may be permanent, it is still possible to lead a meaningful and fulfilling life with the right assistance and support.

Brain Injury Carers at HFH

HFH Healthcare offers a holistic approach to care for individuals with acquired brain injuries, addressing not only their physical needs but also their emotional well-being. Our brain injury carers provide assistance with daily living, medication management, emotional support, and social interaction, to boost a client’s quality of life and overall happiness.

If you or your loved one has experienced an acquired brain injury, HFH Healthcare is here to support you on your journey to recovery or management of your condition. Our dedicated team of acquired brain injury carers and healthcare professionals are experienced in providing comprehensive care and rehabilitation services that are tailored to meet your unique needs and goals.

We are committed to empowering individuals with acquired brain injuries to live life to the fullest, regardless of the challenges they may face.

Contact our team today to learn more about our expertise in acquired brain injury care and how we can assist you or your loved one in achieving the highest level of independence and quality of life they can.

Continuing support for clients with ABI

We complete a full assessment of the client’s needs and abilities, along with their personal aims and wishes, providing a plan to help them to achieve these. As well as managing the client’s clinical needs, we support them with the following activities:
Communication - assistance with communication and technological aids
Daily Life - help with shopping, finance management, attending appointments
Work and study – clients are accompanied to work placements and classes or lectures
Social and leisure – taking holidays, seeing friends and relatives, days out and actively participating in hobbies and interests
Family support – involving them in the rehabilitation programme where appropriate and offering respite care