Specialist rehabilitation for neurological conditions is available at CPIMS for anyone who has suffered a catastrophic injury, such as a spinal cord or brain injury. Our case management services ensure patients receive the highest standard of care provision throughout their treatment plan. In our latest blog, we provide a step by step guide of what to expect when receiving rehabilitation at a brain injury rehabilitation centre.
If you, or a loved one, have suffered from a brain injury then CPIMS’ brain injury rehabilitation services could help you to get on the road to recovery. Here we will discuss the rehabilitation process for brain injuries and how it could help your recovery process.
In this blog, CPIMS explains what an acquired brain injury (ABI) is, how they can be caused, what the symptoms can be and how our case management services can assist in the brain injury recovery process.
CPIMS’ case management process is designed to provide a cost effective and client centred solution for individuals who have experienced a catastrophic injury. In this blog, we explain in detail how a case management referral works in practice.
A brain injury is any injury occurring in the brain. Brain injuries can be classified along several dimensions. Primary and secondary brain injuries are classified by the injury processes that occur in brain injury. While focal and diffuse brain injuries are classified by the extent or location of injury in the brain. Read our powerpoint presentation guide to brain injuries.
Caring for someone suffering with a brain injury can be complex. As such, enlisting the care services of experienced and qualified personnel is highly recommended. CPIMS staff are professionally qualified to provide services for people who have suffered traumatic brain injury and people with complex care needs. As we explain further in this blog.