Neurorehabilitation is a complex process which aims to aid recovery from a neurological injury (such as a brain or spinal injury) and to minimise any resulting physical, cognitive and emotional effects.

At Christchurch Group our rehabilitation programme has a goal-orientated approach. Residents and their family work with the therapy team to set goals about their physical progress, functional abilities, future independence, leisure and work activities and interaction and communication with those around them.

An interdisciplinary team of neuropsychiatrists, neuropsychologists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and specialist nurses provide therapy to help individuals meet their goals.

Find out how each part of the interdisciplinary team works alongside consultants and rehabilitation assistants to deliver effective therapy by following the links on the left.

At Christchurch Group, psychiatrists work alongside the interdisciplinary team.

Neuropsychologists have a broad clinical knowledge base and have highly developed skills of the brain, behaviours and emotional responses to brain and spinal injuries.

Our highly experienced team of specialist neurophysiotherapists work with the multidisciplinary team to set tailored goals to improve function and support self-management of patients.

Speech and Language therapists work with individuals whose speech, language, swallowing and eating is affected following a brain or spinal injury or neurological condition.

Occupational Therapy plays a pivotal role in the assessment and treatment of people who experience a neurological illness or trauma.