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Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

ABIs are life changing for those who endure them, and those closest to them. Providing clients and their families with expert support helps managing changes associated with ABIs a little easier.

What is an ABI?

ABIs can result from conditions including stroke, brain tumours, infection, poisoning, hypoxia, ischemia, encephalopathy or substance abuse.

ABIs can have both a physical and an emotional impact upon our clients and their families through the additional physical, emotional and behavioural changes that our clients face as a result of their ABI.   

How can we help?

At TPG Complex Care we understand that the needs of each individual client and their circumstances is unique. We design our services around our clients so we are able to provide a tailored programme of support that’s best suited to their needs. Regular reviews with the client, their families, clinicians and therapists ensures that our support is adapted and changes to meet the needs of the client should their condition or circumstance change.

To provide our clients with stability and continuity we carefully recruit our team members to meet the needs of individual clients and provide our Nurses and Complex Care Assistants with additional training and ongoing supervision to provide our services in a safe and caring manner.

Working with regular Nurses and Complex Care Assistants allows our team members to develop and maintain strong relationships with our client and their families. Our team members understand our clients, their condition and circumstances so that we are able to offer advice, provide support and ensure our clients can, as much as possible, be involved in their own care and maximising their independence.

Further Information

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