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We support people living with acquired brain injuries and other neurological conditions in the UK to access the best specialist rehabilitation available to achieve their goals and exceed expectations.
We provide a high level of support of rehabilitation, to meet people’s needs at every stage of their rehabilitation pathway. This includes offering specialist-supported living accommodation so the people we support can live independently in the community.
This includes work placements and educational activities.
All of the people we support have a personalised rehabilitation package with clear goals and identified outcomes. This helps people to maximise their independence as quickly as they can.
Our ground-breaking research drives our rehabilitation practice. We monitor new research in acquired brain injury and can adapt our services quickly.
Our overarching objective is to engage in research to benefit the people we support.
We are continually looking to identify unrecognised areas of need and evaluate existing and new service initiatives
We have created a range of tools which have revolutionised brain injury diagnosis. The Brain Injury Needs Indicator (BINI) is a free tool for health and social care professionals. Developed by Brainkind, the tool helps identify people with a suspected or diagnosed acquired brain injury.
People with acquired brain injuries have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network of specialist centres, assessment and rehab centres, and community support services across the UK.