At QEF we offer our clients with acquired brain injury, stroke, incomplete spinal injury or a neurological illness a range of expert and multi-disciplinary therapies.
Our clinical psychologists support individuals, couples and families in coping with the impact of acquired disabilities such as stroke or brain injury. This work can involve individual and/or family psychological therapy sessions, learning strategies to manage cognitive strengths and behavioural difficulties, assessments of cognitive abilities and capacity to make decisions.
Our psychologists are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council
Our physiotherapists aim to improve posture, muscle strength, flexibility, balance and coordination through specific handling techniques and the use of specialist equipment such as tilt tables and standing frames. Programmes may include exercises, stretching, and walking practice.
Our physiotherapists are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health & Care Professions Council
Speech and Language therapy
Our speech and language therapists work with people to help improve their impaired communication, speech and language. They also help individuals who have difficulties with eating and swallowing.
Our speech and language therapists are members of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and the Health & Care Professions Council
Our occupational therapists support and treat our clients in managing everyday living tasks, such as personal care, domestic activities and household management, along with life skills such as budgeting and planning. We can also help with wheelchair assessment and community access.
Our occupational therapists are members of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists and the Health & Care Professions Council
The expert specialist care provided by our nursing and support worker teams provides a solid foundation for the rehabilitation therapy on offer from our team of therapists.
Our outpatient therapy services provide expert assessment and treatment for people over 18 with acquired disabilities.