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Community based Neuro-Rehabilitation (CBNRT)

We can help you manage your neurological condition, such as stroke and Parkinson’s disease, through our neuro-rehabilitation service.

Our Community Based Neurological Rehabilitation Team (CBNRT) service may be able to provide support if you’re coping with the effects of a neurological condition.

Our team of specialists can help if you’re experiencing conditions such as stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, or a serious head injury.

We can help you manage your condition in the comfort of your own home, or somewhere in your community such as your place of work.

Our aim is to help you to be as independent as possible. During your rehabilitation, we may work with you on things like improving your memory, helping your ability to manage daily tasks, assessing your physical abilities and helping you communicate.

When you’re referred to us, we’ll review your needs and offer the right treatment options for you.

Our service is community based and we have teams working from West Berkshire Community Hospital, Cremyll Road, and Wokingham Community Hospital.

You can contact us Monday to Friday.

Day of the week Time
Monday 8am to 4pm
Tuesday 8am to 4pm
Wednesday 8am to 4pm
Thursday 8am to 4pm
Friday 8am to 4pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Please be aware that we currently have a waiting list for our service but we’ll try to see you as soon as possible. 

To access our service, you need to be aged 18 or over and registered with a GP in West Berkshire. You'll also need to have been diagnosed with a neurological condition and have defined rehabilitation goals.

View the referral form (pdf)

Please complete the form, and email it to our team.

If you have been seen by our team before and feel you have further rehabilitation goals, you can contact our team to discuss a self-referral.

Call 0118 9043440

Email  integratedhub@berkshire.nhs.uk

“The availability of the service is a real boom to people who are on their own and may sometimes have difficulty self-motivating, maintaining their regular activities and being optimistic about their ability to cope. Your help and encouragement over the last year has given me the necessary boost to enable me to take a positive rather than a negative view about what I can do. I don’t know of any improvements that I can suggest. Just ask for the service to be maintained for the benefit of present and future clients.”


“All members of the team have been positive. With thanks to you all for the support given to me at a difficult time in my life.”


“The care shown to me by all I have had contact with is second to none. I would not be where I am today without them. I really cannot give enough praise to your entire organisation, a heartfelt thank you.”


“The neuro team were fantastic, my goals were met and my mobility improved. I also have some of my independence back. I’m continuing with my exercises daily and even though there is no cure for my illness, I’m hopeful that the progression will slow down if I continue with what my rehab team told me and taught me. I would recommend them to everyone and I’ve already told my family and friends how brilliant my team was.”

We've supported many patients across Berkshire through their rehabilitation journey.

One patient, Sam, shares his story about the support he received from us, together with Headway Thames Valley

Read Sam's story (pdf)

Our mental health teams and services, including Talking Therapies, are available if you need support. 

Find out how to access mental health support 

You can also find resources and guides on our website to help you if you need more advice.  

Resources to help with your mental health wellbeing

Our Neurodiversity Passport can help you communicate your needs to our staff. It covers sensory processing, your communication preferences, and topics that might make you feel anxious and overwhelmed, so that we can support you.   

Read about our neurodiversity passport