Slow Stream Rehabilitation

Slow stream rehabilitation refers to a model of service delivery provided to individuals whose recovery is considered to be slow or prolonged, and who are often regarded as being inappropriate for traditional, intensive rehabilitation, in particular those with severe to very severe brain injuries. There is increasing evidence that these individuals have significant potential for recovery, even several years after injury, when provided with effective rehabilitation. As such, there is increasing recognition of the role that appropriately timed and individually-tailored rehabilitation can play for people with severe brain injuries in optimising their function, supporting their independence and maximising their quality of life. Slow stream rehabilitation has been identified as an important factor in avoiding entry into residential care for these individuals.

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Priory Adult Care Services

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Priory Adult Care is part of the Priory Group, a national private company, and is uniquely placed to benefit from the breadth and depth of the Priory Group’s reputable services and expertise. From education to hospitals, care homes and secure facilities, the Group provides specialist behavioural care services to improve people’s health and wellbeing. Through a network of high quality …

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The Chaseley Trust

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Supporting people with spinal injuries, acquired brain injuries, stroke, loss of limbs and progressive conditions.

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QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services

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Support for adults with physical, cognitive and/or communication disabilities as a result of an acquired brain injury, stroke or neurological illness.

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Care for Veterans

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Care for Veterans provides care and rehabilitation for anyone who has served in HM Forces, or their immediate family members, and has an acquired brain injury or a degenerative neurological condition.

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