Acquired Brain Injury

Valorum Care Group provides compassionate and specialised care for individuals with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Our Care Homes for ABI are designed to offer a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment for residents who require tailored care and assistance due to brain injuries. We understand the unique challenges faced by individuals with ABI and their families, and we are committed to delivering the highest standard of care.

Understanding Acquired Brain Injury
Acquired Brain Injury can result from various factors, such as accidents, strokes, tumours, or infections. These injuries can lead to a range of physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges, making daily life difficult for those affected. At Valorum Care Homes, we recognise the diverse needs of individuals with ABI and has developed specialised care programs to address these challenges effectively.

Causes and Symptoms of Acquired Brain Injury
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) can manifest at any stage of life, and our dedicated care assistants at Valorum Care Homes possess extensive experience in assisting individuals across various age groups. Various incidents, including falls, assaults, road accidents, or sports-related injuries can trigger ABI. The location and nature of the injury play a pivotal role in determining the extent of damage, the specific cognitive and mental functions affected, and the duration of the impact.

For individuals who have suffered a mild ABI, the symptoms may include concussion, brief episodes of unconsciousness lasting a few seconds or minutes, dizziness, balance issues, memory and concentration difficulties, headaches, alterations in mood and sleep patterns, as well as heightened sensitivity to light and sound.

In cases of moderate to severe ABI, individuals may exhibit the above-mentioned symptoms in addition to profound confusion, agitation, slurred speech, seizures, pupil dilation, and impaired coordination. They may also experience loss of control over bodily functions, worsening headaches, and episodes of nausea and vomiting.

ABI can give rise to emotional challenges such as depression, anxiety, and a range of inappropriate emotional responses, which can be particularly challenging for both the affected individuals and their families. At Valorum Care Homes, we understand the complexities associated with ABI and are here to provide the support and care needed to address these issues comprehensively.

Our Care Homes

Our Care Homes for ABI are thoughtfully designed to provide a comfortable and homely atmosphere where residents can feel safe and supported. We offer spacious and accessible living spaces that are equipped with the necessary adaptations to meet the unique requirements of individuals with ABI.


  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Our facilities are wheelchair-friendly, ensuring that residents with mobility challenges can move around easily.
  • Safety Features: We prioritise the safety of our residents and have incorporated safety features such as grab bars, non-slip flooring, and secure handrails.
  • Assistive Technology: We integrate state-of-the-art assistive technology to enhance the quality of life for our residents. This includes voice-activated controls, communication devices, and smart home systems.
  • Specialised Therapies: We offer on-site therapy rooms for physical, speech, and occupational therapies, ensuring residents receive the support they need to regain their independence.

24/7 Support

At Valorum Care Homes, we understand that individuals with ABI may require assistance and care at any time of the day or night. Our dedicated team of trained professionals is available 24/7 to provide personalised care and support. Whether it’s help with daily tasks, medical attention, or emotional support, our staff is always there to assist.

Our Services

  • Personalised Care Plans: We create individualised care plans tailored to the specific needs and preferences of each resident. Our multidisciplinary team collaborates to ensure the highest quality of care.
  • Medication Management: Our trained staff assists residents with medication management, ensuring that medications are taken as prescribed.
  • Rehabilitation Services: We offer comprehensive rehabilitation services to help residents regain lost skills and achieve their highest level of independence.
  • Emotional Support: Coping with an ABI can be emotionally challenging. Our team provides emotional support and counselling to residents and their families.
  • Nutrition and Meal Planning: We offer balanced and nutritious meal plans, accommodating dietary restrictions and preferences.
  • Social Activities: We organise a variety of social and recreational activities to promote engagement, cognitive stimulation, and overall well-being.

Family Involvement:

We believe that involving families in the care process is essential. We encourage open communication with family members and provide regular updates on their loved one’s progress. Our goal is to create a sense of community and support that extends to both residents and their families.

Respect for Individual Dignity:

Respecting the dignity and autonomy of our residents is at the core of our care philosophy. We ensure that individuals with ABI maintain their sense of identity, choice, and control over their lives. Our team fosters an environment where residents feel empowered and valued.

Quality of Life:

We are committed to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with ABI. We aim to promote independence, self-esteem, and social integration. Our care homes are not just places to live but communities where residents can thrive.

Our commitment to around the clock support, specialised adaptations, and a wide range of services ensures that residents receive the highest quality care in a warm and nurturing environment. We understand the unique challenges of ABI, and our experienced team is here to help residents on their journey to recovery and a fulfilling life. 

If you are seeking the best care for your loved one with ABI, look no further than Valorum Care Homes. Contact us today to learn more about our care homes and how we can support your family.

The services we offer

Our range of services include


Care type

Support is supplemented by specialist input, advice, and guidance from community partners such as:

Supported services

Support is supplemented by specialist input, advice, and guidance from community partners such as:

Our staff

On top of nursing and care staff we are able to offer:

  • ABI Nursing experts with longstanding residential experience
  • Clinical Support Nurses
  • Access to Specialist Behavioural Advisors

Support is supplemented by specialist input, advice, and guidance from community partners such as:

  • Neuro-Occupational Therapy
  • Neuro-Physiotherapy
  • Neuro-Speech and Language Therapy
  • Neuro-Psychology
  • Specialist Behaviour Input
  • Vocational Rehabilitation