Community Rehabilitation ad Brain Injury Service (CRABIS)
CRABIS provides multi-disciplinary assessment and rehabilitation within the home or community setting to individuals over the age of 16 who live in West Lothian and who have a physical disability and/or acquired brain injury.
The service also provides follow up and early intervention as required to individuals who have suffered a mild head injury. The service’s core aim is to improve the individual’s independence, level of function, participation and quality of life.
CRABIS is funded by Lothian Health and West Lothian Council and the service is delivered by an experienced, multi-disciplinary team, including:
- occupational therapists
- clinical psychologists
- speech and language therapists
- rehabilitation assistants
How to Get In Touch
Telephone: 01506 284440 Option 2
Address: CRABIS, Strathbrock Partnership Centre, 189a West Main Street, Broxburn, EH52 5LH
Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:
You may be eligible for referral to the Service if you:
• Are over the age of 16 years
• Have an acquired neurological condition, such as stroke,
acquired brain injury, MS, MND, etc
• Need the services of 2 or more therapies i.e. Speech and
Language Therapy, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, and
• However we will accept referrals for people with an acquired
brain injury who need 1 or more therapiestherapy.
G.Ps, Social Workers, Nurse, AHP’s and Voluntary Agencies.
Contact Info. & Service Address
Strathbrock Partnership Centre
189a West main Street
Monday – Thursday 9.00 pm – 5.00 pm
-Monday – Thursday 9.00 pm – 5.00 pm-
Tel: 01506 284440 Option 2