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Brain Injury Rehab Inpatient Service

About the Brain Injury Rehab Inpatient Service

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Brain Injury Rehab Inpatient Service consists of the Neuro Cognitive Service and the Neuro Physical Service.

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​The Neuro C​​ognitive Service is on the 10th floor of the South Wing

The Neuro Phy​​si​​cal Service is on the 11​th floor of the South Wing​

Contact Information

​Neur​​o Cognitive Service
Brain I​njury Rehab Inpatient Service Coordinator
Phone: 416 597 3422 ext. 3593
Fax: 416 597 7092

Neuro ​​Physical Service
Brain In​​jury Re​​hab Inpatient Service Coordinator
Phone: 41​​6 597 3422 ext. 3441
Fax: 416 ​597 7092

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What We Do

​We offer a full range of inpatient therapies to patients who have a significant injury to the brain du​e to trauma or illness. We provide intensive treatment during your hospital stay, which may be as short as 3 weeks or may be longer, depending on your health care team's assessment.

As part of our care, we will work with you and your loved ones to plan your discharge to help you make a safe and successful transition to the next stage of your rehabilitation at home or in your community.

Neuro Cognitive Service

We provide rehabilitative care to patients whose primary needs relate to thinking and behavioural skills. Typical goals of our patients might include:

  • ​Improving the a​​bility to focus and pay attention
  • Remembering an​d learning new things
  • Performing ac​​tivities of daily living
  • Neuro Physical Service

    ​We provide specialized rehabilitation for patients who have experienced a significant reduction in their physical mobility and function following a brain injury. The main focus of our service is to improve:

  • Strength ​​and endurance
  • Balance and mobility
  • Speaking
  • Swallowing
  • C​​oncentration and memory​​​​​​
  •  About Brain Injuries

    ​Each year, 50,000 Canadians experience a brain injury (often called an acquired brain injury or ABI). The injury may be the result of a ​​car accident or a fall, or it may be caused by a medical problem, such as a stroke, brain aneurysm or cardiac arrest.

    A brain injury can change people's lives dramatically – and the lives of their families and friends. A brain injury may affe​ct how a person moves, thinks, talks, feels and behaves, and can cause a loss of memory.

     Individualized Care

    ​A brain injury will affect each person differently. Our interprofessional health care team works with you and your family to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs and goals. ​

     Health Information

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     Patient & Family Services

    Our inpatient service offers the following patient and family groups: 

  • ABI family/caregiver support​
  • Art
  • Baking
  • Brain Education Series
  • Circuit training
  • Communication
  • Orientation
  • Tai chi (relaxation)
  • Upper extremity
  • Walking​

  • You can also find other services throughout UHN. Learn more about patient and family services available at UHN.​​​