Specialists in head injury case management, rehabilitation and challenging behaviour

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Tel. 01782   613  879  or    07450  833  000

Email. [email protected]


Stavian, 8 The Westbury Centre, Westbury Road, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 4LY

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Head Injury Services:

What we do...................

Our philosophy is that successful rehabilitation takes place in a person's everyday environment and is relevant to their everyday life. The challenge is to actively support people to do the 'simple things in life' when those simple things have become difficult to do.


Head injury rehabilitation is about reaching and maintaining optimum physical, intellectual, psychological and social functioning. It is about providing the right 'tools' and support so that each person can maximise their independence and self-determination.


Case Management - provides a constant point of contact for people with head injuries who require a complex range of services and / or require intensive levels of support either on an ongoing, short-term or episodic basis. Stavian's Case Management works with, and for, the individual by enhancing their independence and control.


Community Rehabilitation - uses Positive Behavioural Intervention and Support (PBIS), Life-Coaching and an active rehabilitation approach as a different ways of supporting people with head injuries to live their lives in meaningful ways, dependent upon the issues they experience. We use a lifelong community rehabilitation process that focuses on independence and self-determination.


Life Coaching - is all about YOU and what you wish to achieve in your life. Life Coaching reminds you of your strengths, helps you to feel better about yourself and gives you valuable feedback on your thoughts and behaviour to support you in moving forward. The focus is on positive change: stating this is where I am now, but what do I want next?


Head injury services for people who experience cognitive or behavioural difficulties and problems with:

  • Setting goals

  • Assessing personal strengths and weaknesses

  • Planning and / or directing activity

  • Initiating or inhibiting certain behaviour

  • Monitoring current activity

  • Evaluating outcomes