Changes in memory and thinking are commonly associated with neurodevelopmental conditions, acquired brain injuries and dementia. The impact of these changes can be devastating and difficult to understand and manage.
Our highly skilled neuropsychologists can assess the impact that brain impairment has on cognition, behaviour and socio-emotional functioning and provide practical and meaningful interventions to help with these.
Watching loved ones go through the distressing effect of brain impairment can be very challenging to manage but the impact that it can have on family members can also be devastating. Our team can support family members to work through changes associated with caring for someone with a brain impairment, as well as strategies to help manage behaviour and cognitive difficulties.
Our team can come to community setting such as hospitals and rehabilitation centres, as well as schools when needed.