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Doncaster, DN1 3LW

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Acquired Brain Injury

An acquired brain injury can have a life changing impact on the person with the injury, their family and their wider social network.

At Gleam Healthcare we understand that managing the unexpected effects of sudden damage to the brain is emotionally and practically challenging for everyone concerned. Our carers provide high quality home care services to support you and your loved ones as they adjust to these changes.

Each person’s experience will be different. So, we listen carefully to what you want and create a bespoke care and support plan to help you achieve your goal

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What does acquired brain injury mean?

An acquired brain injury refers to a sudden injury to the brain that occurs after birth. This could be the result of a traumatic injury such as a severe blow or jolt, or it could be the result of a tumour, stroke, infection or haemorrhage.