Why is it necessary?
Those who have suffered a serious injury, such as brain, spinal or amputation, are at risk of suffering cognitive, physical and emotional difficulties, which may inhibit their ability to function socially as well as their ability to return to work.
Rehabilitation after a serious injury is a complex process due to the individual needs of the injured person, which will evolve and change over time.
Research has shown that those injured individuals who are able to access rehabilitation early are more independent in their daily activities and in some cases are able to return to work quicker. It has also been shown that intensive intervention can lead to individuals reaching their potential earlier.