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Community Neuro Service

Rehab, therapy and support for people with long-term neurological conditions.

Community Neuro Service

About the service

We offer rehabilitation, therapy and support for patients with long-term neurological conditions

Our specialist neurology therapy team is made up of physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists.

We also have an Multiple Sclerosis (MS) nurse who supports people with MS to manage their disease as well as providing support and education to carers, health and social care professionals.

Our specialist stroke nurse coordinator offers advice, information and support for people who have had a stroke within the past two years. They also provide training for service users, carers and colleagues.

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Who is this service for?

People over 18 years old who have a diagnosis of a neurological condition which requires complex therapy input or support. For access to our specialist nurses, patients must be over 18 years of age with a confirmed diagnosis of MS or stroke.

If you are a healthcare professional and your patient meets the criteria, please refer them to the Community Neuro Service by completing the relevant referral form:


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Contact us

North Somerset Community Partnership Castlewood PO Box 237 Tickenham Road Clevedon North Somerset BS21 9AX

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Case studies

Mrs P, 51 years old

Mrs P was admitted with a stroke. On discharge she was supported by the therapy team for nine months with varying intensity until she was able to self-manage her own rehabilitation. She was supported to assess local services such as the gym and support groups within North Somerset. She had access to the stroke specialist nurse who continues to support her and complete regular reviews.


Mr Q, 61 years old

Mr Q was diagnosed with a life-limiting progressive neurological condition. The Community Neuro Service worked with him and his family from diagnosis to end of life. They helped to support him and his family as his condition affected his life and what he was able to do. They provided equipment and advice as well as coordinating other services to allow him to stay as independent as possible with a focus on quality of life.

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