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Call Us:  +44.2380783775

Our aim to raise the standards in support work is supported by our comprehensive and ongoing dedication to education of our support workers. By accessing our services our clients are ensured of high calibre support workers often recruited from multi disciplinary healthcare backgrounds. We see our staff as specialists within their chosen field of brain injury; they are educated, dedicated and professional in their approach to the work they do.

It is our belief at Team Brain Injury Support that the depth and intensity of the skills required to provide the necessary care and support to our clients with often-complex needs is a very demanding role.
The support worker is really the pivotal key to ensuring that the work done by all of the other members of the multiprofessional health care team is implemented.
The role of the support worker has in the past been undervalued in financial terms.
Our pay scales for our staff are commensurate to the demanding roles that they undertake.

We assist case management to help cut overall costs for their clients by providing a complete recruitment, training and support of the care team package. The costs of which, and there on going sustainability can be huge.

We provide support work for clients requiring as little as a couple of hours a week through to twenty-four seven support packages.
If you would like any further information on our services working with people with an acquired brain injury then please contact one of the Team Brain Injury Support team to discuss this further on 02380 783775. 

About Us


Office Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:30 - 5:30 pm.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

There is an out of hours service for any urgent queries..

Team Brain Injury Support LTD

Surety House, Old Redbridge,

Southampton, SO15 0NE


"Every time I contact Team for staff, they are so pleasant helpful and friendly and always do their best to help us.  The nurses they send us are presentable, charming, on time and keen to work." 

- Carl Bradley, Betty Highwood Unit, Blandford Hospital