An acquired brain injury (ABI) is any trauma to the head which disrupts the function of the brain. Common causes of ABI include stroke or a head injury such as following a road traffic accident.
Following an acquired brain injury, a person may experience difficulties with many aspects of communication. These can include:
Typically a person will get rehabilitation through a multi-disciplinary team when they are in hospital, and will then transition to outpatient or community services over time. I provide services to people once they are back living in the community. Reasons that people access my services include:
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