Clients with an acquired brain injury may also require airway management support depending on the complexity of their condition. These clients will be classed as ‘level one’ and receive clinical reviews fortnightly.
Some clients with an acquired brain injury may be mobile and have no clinical interventions but still require social support to access the community, undertake administrative duties and access social activities.
Our workers are thoroughly competent in supporting people with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and all associated conditions. As a result, our skilled workers can provide enabling care as well as short or long term support for clients. We offer help with a variety of needs such as daily living skills, social interaction, confidence building, emotional support and advocacy.
We frequently find our clients require care packages supporting a number of conditions, as shown in our case studies.