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Is there a cure for acquired brain injury (ABI)?

There isn't a cure for acquired brain injury (ABI), but there are treatments that can help, and there are lots of different specialists who can help, like doctors, nurses, psychologists and physiotherapists. There are also occupational therapists and speech and language therapists. They all work as a team to make an individual treatment plan depending on what problems the person has.

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