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We offer specialist support and bespoke accommodation for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Acquired Brain Injuries can impact people in different ways. We carefully tailor our support to meet the needs of each individual based on their type of injury and the emotional, physical and neurological support required.
At Precious, we offer support for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Whether as a result of trauma, stroke, infection, or other medical conditions such as tumours, the effects of a brain injury are different for each person. For this reason, we work closely with families, community neurological teams, doctors and social workers to provide support based on individual needs.
Whether it’s long-term care, helping to make a transition out of an inpatient rehabilitation service, or support with regaining life skills, confidence, and getting out and about, our teams can help.
Our Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) specific service in East London supports 6 people who are taking steps towards increased independence following an Acquired Brain Injury. The service aims to reduce risk, maximise independence and support people to achieve quality of life. Find out more about the support we offer, or visit the Headway site for more information on the accreditation.
Our Specialist Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) service in London is a Headway Accredited service. The accreditation is awarded to services that demonstrate commitment to continuous excellence in supporting individuals with acquired brain injuries.
It is one of only and handful of other ABI accredited services in the London area, demonstrating that the team there work co-productively with people who have an Acquired Brain Injury, and are trained and skilled to support them on their rehabilitation journey.
We offer supported living and supported living plus options for adults with an acquired brain injury. This allows people to manage their own tenancies and maintain independence while accessing support – from a few hours a day to full-time support.
For people with more complex support needs, our residential care provides one-to-one care and support. Our residential homes give autistic adults the opportunity to live together and receive 24-7 support from our highly trained and dedicated teams.