3. Providing a facilitative and supportive environment

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The environment can facilitate the process and outcomes of brain injury specialist rehabilitation. The physical, social, and attitudinal aspects of the environment must be considered for this to occur.

The environment must be appropriate to meet the cognitive, behavioural and physical needs of people and their learning and rehabilitation needs. This will require adapted hospital wards, transitional environments and real life environments and situations.

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