Brain injury support workers
Brain injuries can leave the injured person needing 24/7 brain injury support, but how is it possible to provide the help that they need? The answer is with brain injury support workers.
At Moore Blatch Solicitors, we provide access to professional support, home care and rehabilitation services. Over the years, our brain injury care providers have delivered support to individuals with varying severities of brain injury from mild to moderate or severe.
Of course, since brain injuries are so diverse and complex, there is no single method for providing care and support but this means we can personalise our service to the immediate needs of each client. Everybody gets exactly the help they need.
We make this possible by working closely with the injured party and their family, in addition to a network of medical specialists, health organisations and rehabilitation centres to devise the best bespoke support plan for each individual.
One of the biggest concerns in the aftermath of a serious brain injury is whether the injured person and their loved ones will need to leave the family home in order to receive the care they need in an adapted living environment.
Often, our professional and personal support services mean this is not necessary and care can be delivered in the home.
Our care plans are developed to help individuals to regain a number of skills and the ability to perform everyday tasks. In doing so, we can help the brain injured person to regain as much freedom and independence as possible.
Research shows that individuals who receive early rehabilitation as soon as possible after an accident and a better chance of regaining emotional wellbeing, social integration and competence in various skill sets.
As a result, Moore Blatch Solicitors are always keen to call on support specialists as soon as possible to ensure that our clients get the best possible help and stand the best chance of a good recovery.
Our support workers can be on hand from the hospital discharge in order to continue the individual’s recovery at home.
Moore Blatch support workers provide the help that is needed, no matter what that might be. From help with things like getting bathed, dressed to completing simple, household tasks like cooking and cleaning, it is possible for people living with brain injuries to enjoy a number of small victories every day, on the road to recovery. An important role of a support worker is to help the brain injured person, start to do everyday things again, not just in the house, but also socially, which initially can be very stressing for someone with a brain injury.
We work exclusively with experienced, trained support workers who are adept in communicating with individuals in the way which suits them best.
It’s all about taking a careful, tailored approach to every new case, because taking the decision to bring in help from the outside can be a daunting one for any injured person and their family. Many family members fear that support workers will take over, and they will lose control of how their loved one is cared for, however it is the role of a Support Worker to provide support and not to take over. At Moore Blatch we do understand the concerns that the injured people and their families have, and we understand the importance of the injured person and their family liking and having confidence in their support workers, which is why we will always involve the injured person and the family in the process of appointing the support workers.
The injured person and their family can be assured that with Moore Blatch solicitors, they will be getting the help and support they need.
Call us for more advice on brain injury claims today
If you, or somebody you know, has suffered a traumatic brain injury in an accident which wasn’t your fault, Call Moore Blatch Solicitors today for the legal advice and practical support you need.