of people accessing our stroke rehabilitation pathway were able to be discharged home.


of ABI residents were able to return home.


stepped down to more independent environments.


of residents admitted in 2022, improved their mobility.

Progress is measured in a number of domains, including but not exclusive to:

What does it tell us?

Which measures we’ve used?


24 areas commonly impacted by brain injury are examined for likelihood and severity to assist with care planning.

The Oakleaf Risk Assessment developed by our expert interdisciplinary team.


The clinical teams gather information about positive behaviours and behaviours that could be considered challenging. By sharing this information, we understand the contributing factors and triggers to behaviour as well as what helps to positively support the resident in engagement and reducing risks.

Includes standardised measures such as:
• The Overt Aggression Scale – Modified for Neurorehabilitation (OASMNR)
• St Andrew’s Sexual Behaviour Assessment (SASBA)
• St Andrew’s Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale (SASNOS)

Functional Independence

Measures the level of disability and assistance required in activities of daily life.


Specific Therapy Outcomes

Often goal and discipline specific.

Tools drawn from validated psychometric measures.