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A caring team for you or your loved one

We know that learning to live with a neurological injury can be a bewildering and challenging time, not only for the person who has been diagnosed but also for their loved ones and supporters.

We are here to lend a helping hand and make that journey a little easier.

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Cognitive assessment service

A one-off cognitive assessment with a Clinical Neuropsychologist to provide a full cognitive picture of your thinking skills.

A Cognitive Assessment can be helpful if:

  • You are concerned about changes in your memory or thinking abilities and are contemplating whether to seek a medical referral.
  • A neurologist has recommended a Cognitive Assessment as part of the diagnostic process.
  • You have been diagnosed with a neurological condition or injury and need a report to inform employers or educators about the cognitive difficulties that you may be experiencing.

The assessment includes a detailed report that you can share with your medical consultant, employer, or educational institution, and the option of a feedback session. Test sessions last approximately 3 hours and take place in one of our comforting clinic rooms. Alternatively, assessments can be completed online if travel is not possible.


"Thank you Emma for saving me, I’ll never be able to thank you enough for giving me a better quality of life, not just for myself but for my children and my mum."

Helen, Client

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“I’m 43 years of age, 22 years post TBI. I first met Emma four years ago, and began neurorehabilitation following a breakdown, one of many breakdowns since my TBI.

I’ve lost a lot of years to my brain injury, years that should have been the best times of my life but I never understood the changes in my brain, I never understood why I had changed so much, why I couldn’t do what I used to do and why I looked like me but never felt like me. Nothing in my life made sense. I was angry, frustrated, exhausted all the time, and I really didn’t like myself.

Every day was a battle between me and my hidden, broken brain and I just didn’t know why I was like this until I met Emma and started the neurorehabilitation. I have now been given the correct diagnosis and I and my family have been educated on how to overcome things and how to give myself a better quality of life, the life I’ve missed out on for many years through not having the correct support.

I will continue to have regular sessions with Emma because she really does help me and my family to live with this life long condition.”

DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) Checked. Formerly CRB

All our staff are fully DBS checked.

DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check is a report into a person’s background that any employer or employee can request if they are advertising or applying for a position working with children, the elderly or the vulnerable.

Not sure where to start?

Talk to our friendly team who can help you work out what you or your loved one need.