Brain Injury Wales is a professional service offering independent brain
injury case management.
Many people who sustain a brain injury require ongoing rehabilitation
and support services following their hospital stay. The appointment of
a professional case manager assists in the organisation and planning of
future requirements in order to maximise functional ability, minimise
complications and promote full participation at home and in the
This website also provides information on legislation, policies and
professional issues relating to brain injury and rehabilitation for
individuals with an interest in brain injury.
Website of the Month - March
Wales site gives details of services in your area.
Website of the Month - January
For infomation on deprivation of liberty safeguards click here
Website of the Month - December
- what do you want to know?
Website of the Month - November
is the national charity that supports and empowers people with aphasia to overcome the barriers they face. Around a quarter of a million people in the UK suffer from aphasia, also known as dysphasia, as a result of stroke, head injury or other neurological condition.
Website of the Month - October
The Princess Royal Trust for Carers is the largest provider of comprehensive carers support services in the UK. Through its unique network of 144 independently managed Carers' Centres and interactive websites, www.carers.org
The Trust currently provides quality information, advice and support services to 400,000 carers and approximately 25,000 young carers.
Website of the Month - September
is the Department for Transport's informative road safety site.
Website of the Month - August
to access a range of fact sheets from Headway - The Brain Injury Association.
Website of the Month - July
The Brain & Spine Foundation's
All about ABI
website explains acquired brain injury in clear and simple terms.
for the archive
Brain Injury Wales Ltd.
Director & Nurse Consultant - Vicky Shankland MSc RGN
The Old Granary,
County Borough of Bridgend,
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