Counselling is provided to individuals with an acquired brain injury (including stroke) and/or their caregivers, with a focus on understanding acquired brain injury and development of coping strategies. Services are provided via face to face sessions, video conference, or teleconference.

Counselling Criteria:

  • Potential to benefit from counselling
  • Have identified goal

Discharge Criteria:

  • Achievement of counselling goals as identified in the Individual Service Plan and as established during support sessions
  • Counselling needs can be met through a different service
  • It is determined that the client needs are not being met through this service
  • Low levels of participation (ongoing service planning and referrals arranged as needed)
  • Repeated breach of service conditions as outlined in the Service Agreement
  • Change in functional status where higher levels of support are required, exceeding available program staffing resources

Exclusion Criteria:

  • High level of risk of harm to others if no safe method of providing service can be identified

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