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Acquired brain injury

An acquired brain injury can change a person's life, their family, and their social network as a whole. We know how emotionally and practically difficult it is for everyone involved to deal with the unexpected effects of brain damage. To help caregivers and their loved ones adjust to these changes, our care assistants offer high-quality home care services.

The experience of each individual will be unique. As a result, we pay close attention to what you want and develop a bespoke care and support plan to assist you in achieving your objectives. Your care assistants can assist you in:

  • Assistance with ensuring that prescribed medicines are taken at the right time

  • Developing confidence toward greater independence and involvement in the local community

  • Keeping you healthy by providing nutritious meals

  • Child care support, especially helping children adjust to the changes in their relative

  • Help around the home

  • Respite care that caregivers can rely on for a well-earned rest

  • Emergency planning, such as what to do if the primary caregiver becomes ill Our care assistants also provide much-needed emotional support, such as a listening ear to share

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