Welcome to ABI Adult Community Rehabilitation
Welcome, nau mai haere mai to ABI’s community rehabilitation services for adults. We offer professional, individualised rehabilitation services in an approachable and friendly manner to support clients and their whānau to achieve the goals that are important to them.
Our team of rehabilitation clinicians are experienced in neurorehabilitation, major trauma, disability and the psychological impact following an accident or medical event. We work with clients, their whānau as appropriate, GP’s, employers and other agencies supporting the client to regain skills and achieve their goals following injury or neurological event.
ABI offers services for all ages, for those with a range of physical, neurological, cognitive, social, sensory, psychological and emotional needs. We provide a number of different services tailored to the clients’ needs, working one-on-one with the client and, if relevant, can provide coaching and education to those supporting the client. Our clinicians are based in Northland, Auckland, Wellington, Wairarapa and Manawatu, but as ABI holds national contracts with ACC, many of our Assessor clinicians travel nationally to meet with clients.
Our clinicians are experienced, with an empathetic, practical and empowering approach. They are whānau centred and take the time to listen to what is important to clients.
Rehabilitation activities can take place at home, at ABI’s offices, the workplace, University, in the community or another place that is important to the client.
These assessments and interventions can also be provided privately and via other funding streams other than ACC. ABI also provides some community group stroke rehabilitation programmes out of the ABI gym in Auckland and Tawa, Wellington.
ABI Community Rehab Team
ABI Rehabilitation provides specialist services for both adults and children through its community services, including assessments, treatment and therapy programmes. A range delivers services of reliable and compassionate professionals.
The community rehabilitation team covers a wide range of injuries from mild to severe traumatic and hypoxic brain injury through to fractures.
The interdisciplinary team includes: