There are two units on our Murdostoun site: the brain injury rehabilitation centre and a neurological care centre.
We offer a range of services from specialist rehabilitation in the months immediately following a brain injury right through to independent living or residential care for those individuals with other neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease or Motor Neurone Disease.

Specialist Rehabilitation

Specialist Rehabilitation

Often referred to as a "Level 1" rehabilitation service, this is suitable for individuals with cognitive and mobility impairments following a brain injury. It is suitable for patients, who on assessment, could benefit from a short intensive period of neurological rehabilitation from an experienced team. Patients are usually in the early stages of recovery from their brain injury and are usually admitted from an acute hospital once they are medically stable.

Slow Stream Rehabilitation

Slow Stream Rehabilitation

This service is for individuals who have already undergone rehabilitation and still require further therapy to reach their optimum level of recovery. It is also suitable for those who would find an intensive programme of care fatiguing and would make better progress on a longer less therapy-intensive programme.

Residential Care

Residential Care

The focus of this service is on providing relief from pain, discomfort or stress and is all about improving a patient's everyday quality of life. Most patients have either severe and far-reaching disabilities or may be in the later stages of a progressive neurological condition.

Respite Care

Respite Care

A short stay at Murdostoun is available for those individuals who live at home but who could benefit from a change of scene. It also offers a break for families and carers and is an opportunity to have care needs re-assessed.