The Integrated Stroke and Community Neurological Rehabilitation Service is an integrated service that specialises in providing rehabilitation to patients with a neurological condition (e.g. stroke, aquired brain injury) in their own homes and in the community. Teams consist of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Rehabilitation Assistants and a Case Manager supporting people to work towards identified goals in order to make progress with their rehabilitation.
The Clinical Neuropsychology/Psychology team works alongside therapists during the patient’s rehabilitation journey to support with a wide range of neuropsychological/psychological issues, including emotional adjustment and distress, depression, anxiety, behavioural or cognitive difficulties. The Psychology team maintains close links with University based teaching and training courses, for example trainees undertaking the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) and Trainee Associate Psychological Practitioner studies