Acquired Brain Injury Homecare


At Direct Homecare, we’re able to offer clinical nurse-led homecare for those with acquired brain injuries, including stroke homecare. Our adaptable and flexible care plans are carefully created to suit your specific requirements - as we understand that each individual is unique. Our homecare nurses and healthcare assistants are experienced in working with brain injuries.


Our Acquired Brain Injury homecare services include:

Clinical Nursing homecare


Emotional and social support

Medication management 

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For more information on our Acquired Brain Injury Homecare, contact a member of our team today. If you are looking for a homecare nurse job, or home care healthcare assistant job, get in touch with our homecare recruitment team or search our latest homecare jobs.


What is Acquired Brain Injury Homecare?

Acquired Brain Injury Homecare is specialist care delivered at home, following a traumatic injury such as a blow to the head, or an event such as stroke or haemorrhage. Homecare can be part of the process of adjusting to the social, emotional and practical challenge of life after an acquired brain injury. This may require re-learning of life skills such as movement, speech and walking. Other homecare duties may include medication management, personal care and hygiene, as well as building confidence.


Specialists in Acquired Brain Injury Homecare

Our nurse-led homecare is specifically designed to support those living with an acquired brain injury. Our approach is to deliver care that promotes dignity and independence. The homecare team members are selected and undergo our stringent vetting process, after which we ensure to match you or your loved one with a carer that will match your requirements, both clinically and from a personality perspective. Our homecare nurses work with a multidisciplinary team - across therapists, healthcare organisations and more - and have a positive and enthusiastic outlook. 


Acquired Brain Injury Homecare: How We Care

We understand the importance of developing a bond between you and your carer. Our aim is to maximise independence while ensuring risks are minimised across our acquired brain injury homecare plans. Every person is unique, so we ensure that each person feels treated as an individual, working with you to deliver a care plan that suits your exact needs.

How We Work

Everything we do is patient centric. We put the client at the heart of every decision.

How to arrange Acquired Brain Injury Homecare

Step 1Speak to our Homecare Team

Our friendly homecare team is on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - to offer support, advice and last minute care.

Step 2A free home care assessment

Our team will explore your unique requirements and to establish exactly the right type of care for you. This help us to deliver a care plan that is tailored to your needs.

Step 3Matching you with a carer

We carefully handpick all our homecare professionals. Our meticulous vetting process not only gives you peace of mind but also ensure you're matched with the right carer, first time. We work with enthuastic, skilled homecare nurses, homecare support workers and homecare healthcare assistants.

Step 4Continual support & care

Our team will support you throughout the entire process. We're on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to assist you with any emergencies. Our client support team will be in regular contact with you, your family members and the clinical team to ensure that anything you need, no matter how big or small, is taken care of.

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