Local Authority/Social Care funding is often provided for those requiring a level of support in the community either through placement in a residential setting or the funding of a support or care team to visit a person’s home environment.
117 Aftercare funding is sometimes available to those who have experienced a period of time detained under the mental health act (MHA) as part of their treatment and can provide funding to help people get back into the community with additional support.
Private health policies or health insurance schemes can often fund part or full neurorehabilitation treatment pathways so it is always appropriate to consult specific policy terms and conditions.
Where catastrophic injury or medical negligence legal claims are thought to be appropriate for a person’s neurological insult/injury, neurorehabilitation pathways can be funded through claims made with the help of personal injury solicitors and case managers
Self pay or other private funding sources are also possible.