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Icanho Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre

Icanho provides a comprehensive community rehabilitation service for people aged 18 or over with acquired brain injury including traumatic brain injury, stroke and haemorrhage. Clients aged 16–18 years old will be considered if the service is appropriate to their needs.

We offer interdisciplinary assessment, treatment and advice, including:

  • physiotherapy
  • speech and language therapy
  • occupational therapy

Our team is experienced and highly specialised and includes Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Clinical Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists, a Social Worker and Rehabilitation Assistants. And access to other specialist staff, including a neuropsychologist, and doctors are also available, should you need it.

Every person is unique and every brain injury can have a different effect. Whether it's restoring your fitness, regaining your mobility or relearning skills we’ll create a recovery programme specially designed for you. Our clients tell us that working with one team in one place is of huge benefit to them. 

Please contact us or visit our website for more details about our services, or if you are unsure about whether Livability Icanho is the right place for you.

Who to contact

01449 774161
01449 776100
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Where to go

Chilton Way
IP14 1SZ
Area served
Mid Suffolk, Stowmarket

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Referral required?
Referral and availability notes

Our outstanding service supports people on both a referral and private basis, including legal and insurance teams seeking support for their claimants and families.

Healthcare professionals can contact us to discuss your clients’ requirements and for quotations.

If you are looking for yourself, a family member or firend, we welcome individuals coming to us if they would like to use our services. Please contact us to make an appointment with us or to talk to someone.

Age Groups
Adults, Young people

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