ReNew offers neurobehavioural rehabilitation services for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI). Adopting the model developed by our partners, the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) in the UK, ReNew provides a continuum of assessment, rehabilitation and support in a community setting.
What makes ReNew different?
An integrated approach
ReNew’s team of clinical specialists are based on-site and work together to design and implement a program of rehabilitation and support to achieve the best outcomes for people with an ABI. This integrated approach guarantees consistency in treatment from all our clinicians.
Relearning living skills
The neurobehavioural approach to rehabilitation assists people to relearn social and daily living skills. Routines are developed that can easily be transferred to life after rehabilitation, and the ReNew team’s focus is on enabling and increasing social participation and community inclusion.
Rehabilitation in the local community
We provide home-like facilities located in the community, and close to local amenities that are accessed as part of the rehabilitation program. The facilities include individual bedrooms with ensuites, plus several communal, recreational and therapy areas.
Tailored programs for individuals
A brain injury affects each person differently. At ReNew, our clinicians develop an individual program for each person we support. This program is based on a comprehensive assessment and review process to ensure it meets the changing needs of the person. Should the individual require further support beyond the 12 weeks of rehabilitation, they can continue at ReNew with a further period of rehabilitation, or our continuum of services can provide additional support once they return home.