Characterised by a focus on an understanding of identity, we provide high quality outpatient assessment and rehabilitation for individuals recovering from brain injury.
Our holistic and intensive assessment and therapy programme guides individuals toward understanding how their brain injury and its consequences have caused disruption to personal identity and their ability to participate in society in the ways that they want to.
Often clients ask the question "who am I now?"
We collaborate with individuals and their families is to address cognitive, social emotional vocational and physical problems caused by brain injury.
In partnership with clients, families and other services and through our links with the University of Cambridge Dept of Psychiatry, Clinical Neurosciences, Medical Research Council and the NHS Research & Development Initiatives such as CLAHRC-East, ABIRA, NIHR-HTC, we seek to continually learn from our clients, apply the latest research findings, evaluate our service and investigate ways to improve neuropsychological rehabilitation.