Community Neurosciences Team in Warrington – Who we see

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The team works with people with a confirmed diagnosis of a neurological condition including  acquired brain injury.

Here are some of the conditions we commonly treat:

Stroke

In the UK, Stroke affects approximately 152,000 people every year. Our team provides specialist rehabilitation for stroke survivors in the Warrington area.

The type of rehabilitation will depend on your needs and will be specific to you.

You may see different professions from our team.

We can provide therapy in your home and can support you to access local community activities such as attending the gym, going shopping and attending social activities.

Useful websites

Stroke Association
Stroke - NHS Choices
Warrington Disability Partnership
Warrington Home Information and Improvement Agency

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

A brain injury can affect people in different ways. A person may have problems with memory, concentration, emotions, communication, physical ability and changes in behaviour which can impact in performing everyday activities. Input from our team will depend on the type of brain injury you have had and how this is affecting you and your family.

In order to provide high quality care, we will carry out an initial assessment. This assessment will allow us to identify your needs and the professions that would be best suited to address these. We will also provide you with general advice and it is your choice if you wish to receive further input.

Useful websites

Severe Head Injury – NHS Choices
Headway – The brain injury association

Neurological Conditions

Neurological conditions consist of any diagnosis that affects the brain or spinal cord such as Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease and Spinal Cord Injuries.

Our team provides rehabilitation services to empower people with neurological conditions to fulfil their maximum potential at whatever stage in the condition, with emphasis on function, quality of life and achieving patient specific goals.

Useful websites

Parkinson’s Disease
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Multiple Sclerosis Society UK
Warrington Disability Partnership
Warrington Home Information and Improvement Agency


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