Neurological Rehabilitation Team

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    Neurological Rehabilitation Team

    The Neurological Rehabilitation Team provides specialist multi-disciplinary input for people with neurological conditions in Central Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen. Rehabilitation programmes are designed specifically for the individual and are centred on meeting agreed client goals. Therapy is carried out in patients’ homes or other suitable community settings.

    The team consists of:

    • Speech and Language Therapists
    • Physiotherapists
    • Occupational Therapists
    • Rehabilitation Assistants
    • Clinical Psychologist
    • Administration staff

    How to access the service

    Patients are referred to the service by their GP or other treating health or social care professionals (in hospital or community settings). All referrals are considered on an individual basis, taking in to account presenting needs and potential for rehabilitation.

    Who do we provide a service to?

    • Patients who have clear potential for further significant functional gain and are medically stable
    • People registered with a GP within Greater Preston or Chorley & South Ribble areas
    • Patients must be aged over 16 years old

     Please contact the team if you require a referral form.

    Where the service is provided

    As a community team we operate out of a number of clinics in the Central Lancashire region as well as in patients’ homes including nursing and residential homes.

    Clinic locations are;

    Saul Street Clinic
    Sizehouse Street
    PR1 2Q

    Minerva Health Centre
    Lowthorpe Road

    PR1 6SB

    Community Equipment Resource Services
    Unit 5 Centurion Court
    Centurion Park
    PR25 3UQ


    How to contact us

    By post:

    Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team
    Unit 5 Centurion Court
    Centurion Park
    PR25 3UQ

    Tel: 01772 777 871
    Fax: 01772 644 760

    Patient Information Leaflets

    With our leaflets we aim to give you information about the Trust in general, our services and treatments, and to provide useful information for service users and their carers.

    Please follow this link for more information