Members of the ABI team wore their beanies to work during July and August in support of stroke awareness and provided a donation to the Stroke Foundation NZ to support their fundraising efforts for stroke awareness. Over 11,000 strokes are experienced each year in New Zealand. According to the Ministry of Health, Stroke is New Zealand’s second single biggest killer and the leading cause of serious adult disability. ABI Rehab are specialists in neuro-rehabilitation and provides stroke rehabilitation (variously funded) to support clients who have had a stroke both at inpatient and community rehabilitation settings from hubs in Auckland and Wellington.
ABI receive referrals for the Community Stroke Services in Auckland and Wellington from private paying individuals, from health insurers, DHBs and or NASCs. ABI has received support from philanthropic trusts and the Auckland University of Technology to deliver group programmes in Auckland. The purpose of the Community Stroke Services is as follows:
- to increase physical abilities following a stroke
- increase knowledge, understanding and skills for life after stroke
- Increase the potential to participate in every day life activities, including work and activities that are important to the person
- Ensure the client is connected in with the NZ Stroke Foundation
The ABI Community Stroke service provides group and individual rehabilitation for people who have had a stroke
ABI Rehabilitation provides expert group and individualised programmes for adults over 16 years who have had a stroke. The programmes are delivered from a variety of places including, ABI clinics, gyms and in the community.
Please email referrals to: firstname.lastname@example.org and feel free to get in touch with us if you would like to know more.
Auckland – 09 373 7850
Wellington – 04 240 0122