Paediatric Rehabilitation Department
Child and Adolescent Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service
Welcome to the Women's and Children's Hospital Child and Adolescent Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service.
We provide education, advice, assessment and therapeutic intervention if required for children and young people who have experienced concussion, mild or moderate traumatic brain injury.
Children and young people who have experienced a mild or moderate brain injury can experience a range of ongoing signs and symptoms which can include headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, fatigue issues, poor concentration, difficulties at school and difficulties returning to sport and play.
What we do
Based at the Women's and Children's Hospital, our multidisciplinary team provides education, advice, assessment and therapy if required. Our team includes both Medical and Allied Health support for reintegration to school, sport and community activities.
Who can access our service
Our service is available for children and young people aged two to seventeen years who have a diagnosis of concussion, mild or moderate traumatic brain injury. To be eligible for the service, the injury must have happened in the past 12 months and have occurred as a result of motor vehicle accident, sporting injury, fall, or assault/knock to the head. Children under two years of age who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident are also eligible.
How to access the service
Anyone can refer themselves to our service. You do not need a referral from your GP.
You can contact the Child and Adolescent Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service on:
We are located in the Paediatric Rehabilitation Department at the Women's and Children's Hospital.
last modified: 21 Nov 2018