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Useful Information for patients and carers

This information may be of use to you and your family.  It contains many links to other agencies and documents that you and your family may wish to access.

if there are any subjects you would like to see on the website, please get in touch with your specialist nurse via head2head@ouh.nhs.uk.

Coiling of aneurysms

Craniotomy

Angiogram of the brain

Hydrocephalus and shunts

Managing fatigue

Early warning signs of fatigue

Loss of taste and smell following brain injury

Vestibular exercises

Find counselling support near you

Benefits advice

Below are some useful PowerPoint presentations that have been given to the group on occasion.

JR SAH evening 250220 MT

Some of you may have gone to the following days and workshops.  The presentations have been downloaded for you to look through.

Life after SAH workshop

In September 2017, the Brain & Spine foundation organised a half-day workshop for patients and carers affected by subarachnoid haemorrhage. Below are two presentations from that day.

Fatigue-and-exercise-presentation_Laura-and-Matt

SAH-and-the-brain-cognitive-and-emotional-impact-presentation_Dr-Carleen-Scott