C-Care offers services that help individuals who have acquired a brain injury and need ongoing care. Our staff can help facilitate rehabilitative care, as well as help individuals transition into the home. Brain injuries create new challenges in a variety of areas of life, and we can help make the process easier.
Acquired brain injuries involve damage caused by factors other than genetic or congenital disorders. This includes any physical trauma from head injuries, accidents, or surgery. Injuries can also result from tumours, ischemia, or abuse of toxic substances.
The symptoms associated with acquired brain injuries require proper care for long-term rehabilitation. These include physical and behavioural effects that can alter a person’s function depending on the severity of the injury.
People who’ve suffered from an acquired brain injury must make significant adjustments in their daily living. When we provide care to injured people, we understand the need for the flexibility to adapt to those changes along with them.
The level of recovery will depend on the application of the appropriate treatment for the given injury. Although there is no set protocol for treatment, we take an individualized approach to the care we provide.
This approach addresses the physical and emotional elements that contribute to the person’s well-being. Because brain injuries can lead to weakness and decreased range of motion, we must provide the assistance needed for personal care, dressing, hygiene, and the daily activities of normal function.
People experience problems with memory and other cognitive abilities. Their behaviour can change dramatically, creating challenges for family members who must cope with these unexpected changes. Difficulty in expressing feelings can make it frustrating for everyone as person’s moods may shift suddenly.
Because of the effects of acquired brain injuries, the right care must include many different components for successful treatment. Homecare for people with acquired brain injury will be a vital component to ensure that they rehabilitate in their functional capacity.
Like other cognitive issues, acquired brain injuries can present major challenges for families, and cause frustration and a sense of vulnerability for those who suffer effects of acquired brain injury. Having a system of care and support in place will ensure that clients restore their sense of independence as they make their way through the healing process.
Acquired brain injuries affect relationships, the home, and many other aspects of a person’s life. Our personal support workers can help create an environment that helps transition individuals and their families into a new way of living to bring them an increased level of comfort and care.Back
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