Acquired Brain and Spinal Injury Care
Supporting every step of your rehabilitation journey
Our specialist acquired brain and spinal injury rehabilitation facilities provide a full pathway of active rehabilitation for people with acquired brain and spinal injury, as well as people with complex physical disabilities and health needs resulting from a range of neurological conditions.
If you are considering care for yourself or a loved one, call us today on 091 777 700 in confidence.
Multidisciplinary Care Teams
Our teams work with people aged 18 and above with the following conditions:
- Acquired and traumatic brain injury
- Complex physical disabilities resulting from neurological conditions
- Spinal injury
- Progressive long-term neurological conditions
- Motor Neurone disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Stroke rehabilitation
Our specialist care service has been designed for individuals who require higher dependency nursing and multi-disciplinary team intervention.
A comprehensive multi-disciplinary team of professional clinicians and therapists with extensive experience.
- Occupational Therapist
- Nurse-Led Care Team
We work in partnership with dietitians, speech and language therapists, neurological psychologists, clinical specialist nurses in epilepsy etc.
We work closely with the National Rehabilitation Hospital and Disability Services as part of our rehabilitation programme.
Achieving independence and quality of life, through person-centred rehabilitation.
Our approach to care is to provide a safe, homely environment in which our residents can achieve their maximum potential. Within these services we offer short and long-term rehabilitation as well as longer-term home environments including respite and short breaks for adults of all ages.
We care for residents living with an Acquired Brain Injury following a stroke or accident and provide person-centred holistic care designed to improve their quality of life.
Residents with complex care needs are provided with a personalised care plan which promotes their wellbeing and meets their complex needs. Nurses are trained in intellectual disability and psychiatry and all staff are trained to provide specialised care to residents with complex physical, psychological or emotional needs. Residents’ mental health and wellbeing are promoted through creative and individualised care programmes designed to maximise the resident’s abilities.
Experience, clinical expertise and a solid reputation for care excellence
Our approach to care is to provide a safe, homely environment in which our residents can achieve their maximum potential.
Within these services we offer short and long-term rehabilitation as well as longer-term home environments including respite and short breaks for adults of all ages.
Our facilities includes large ensuite bedrooms, lounges, dining room, recreational areas, dedicated physiotherapy gym, life skills kitchen, and gardens to help with occupational skills.
Social Care & Nutrition
A key aspect of rehabilitation to build confidence and social skills with a variety of programmes and activities to suit the interests, needs and abilities of each resident. Our unique approach to planning social events starts by finding out what our residents like to do. We encourage and support our residents to continue any hobbies or interests they may have enjoyed before moving to our home.
Our unique approach to planning social events starts by finding out what our residents like to do. We encourage and support our residents to continue any hobbies or interests they may have enjoyed before moving to our home.
We arrange individual and group outings into the community and further afield to suit all interests.
Meanwhile, back at Clarinbridge Care Centre, there is always something happening; from art, reminiscence, music and dancing to pet therapy, weekly mass, exercise classes and pampering. We also host summer barbecues and family fun days.
- Occupational Therapy
- TENS Therapy
- Stimulation Therapy
- Dry Needling
With access to the following:
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Sensory Room
- Local swimming pool
Good quality nutritious home-cooked food is served to our residents considering their individual dietary needs.
Our catering team source local produce and work closely with the clinical team to ensure residents receive the highest quality of appetising food. Residents are encouraged to continue their daily routine by taking advantage of the healthy food options available on our breakfast buffet.
I had to learn how to do everything again. It has been a long road but we are getting there. There are not many options out there and I didn’t know anything about the services here. We have had nothing but good experiences in Clarinbridge Care Centre.
I knew I couldn’t bring him home. Social care in the hospital told us about Clarinbridge and now that he is here it is not a nursing home, it is a home. I never thought I would be in this situation and I never knew a place like this is here.
Having a service like this outside Dublin means that Brendan is looked after in every way and so are his family. We are included as well.
It was the hardest decision ever to agree to a care centre but I wouldn’t change it for all the world. This is where his life is and he is part of a community.