from PramaCARE


"We are committed to making sure our clients are 100% satisfied with the service they receive from us. We hand-pick staff who have the qualities we aspire to offer: compassion, helpfulness, respect, integrity, sensitivity and trustworthiness"

"We found overwhelming evidence of the positive impact the service had on people's lives" 

PramaCare CQC Inspection Report August 2019

At Envision we know that having a brain injury
is more than one thing. We work with clients
who have acquired their injury through a range
of different circumstances

We can help you whatever type of brain injury you have.


Traumatic Brain Injury - Physical trauma due to

  • Accidents

  • Assaults

  • Neurosurgery

  • Head injury

  • Concussion/Post concussion syndrome

Non Traumatic Brain Injury - derived from either an internal or external source

  • Stroke

  • Parkinson’s

  • Huntington’s

  • Encephalitis

  • Alzheimer’s

  • MS

  • Brain tumours

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  • Infection

  • Poisoning

  • Anoxic injury

  • Hypoxia

  • Ischemia

  • Encephalopathy

  • Alcohol and substance abuse, incl. Korsakoff’s syndrome

Why not complete the contact form out below to start a conversation with us to see how we can help support you.




Moran House

Holes Bay Park

Sterte Avenue West 

Poole BH15 2AA

01202 207320

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At Envision we work with Case Managers to provide

  • A positive change in the lives of people with an acquired brain injury

  • A bespoke service based on individual need, using our knowledge of brain injury and how it affects everyday living

  • Information, support and opportunities to make informed choices about how to access community facilities and social opportunities

  • Advocates to support with activities such as applying for benefits, attending interviews etc. Someone to talk to about problems or issues

  • Opportunities to receive support, and to build confidence and self-esteem

  • Support to re-learn and develop new skills post brain injury.

  • A chance to socialise, and meet with other people who have a brain injury