Cambridge Centre for Paediatric Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (CCPNR):
The Cambridge Centre for Paediatric Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (CCPNR) is the first NHS community-based service in the UK offering assessment and neuropsychological rehabilitation for children with an acquired, non-progressive brain injury as a result of an accident, injury, illness or other condition. We are an innovative highly specialist team made up of a range of professionals. We provide support to children and young people up to the age of 16 (or 19 if they are still in education) across the East of England and further afield.
Specifically we offer the following:
- Interdisciplinary neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation within the young person’s environment focusing on cognitive, physical, emotional, communication, educational and social needs, as well as life skills.
- Liaison with schools and community, health and social care services providing training packages focused on supporting the particular needs of children and young people with brain injury. We aim to help everyone to make the most of their own skills and resources.
- Recommendations for behavioural support and strategies for managing tasks and activities.
- Psychological intervention for children and families.
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