Neurological rehabilitation is the term used to describe the treatment that people can receive after they have had a neurological injury, illness or diagnosis of a long term neurological condition. The World Health Organization definition of rehabilitation states “A set of measures that assist individuals, who experience or are likely to experience disability, to achieve and maintain optimum functioning in interaction with their environments”
Rehabilitation is a process of education of the disabled person with the ultimate aim of assisting that individual to cope with family, friends, work, and leisure as independently as possible. It is a process that centrally involves the disabled person in making plans and setting goals that are important and relevant to their own particular circumstances. In other words it is a process that is not done to the disabled person but a process that is done by the disabled person themselves, but with the guidance, support, and help of a wide range of professionals.
Slow stream Neuro rehabilitation provides a multidisciplinary team approach to maximising the potential for people with physical, cognitive and/or communicative disabilities associated with a neurological condition.
All our therapists are fully registered to clinical professional bodies and have license to practice.