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    What is FND

    FND stands for Functional Neurological Disorder. It’s a condition where the nervous system doesn’t function properly, leading to a variety of symptoms that can affect movement, sensation, and function. Unlike other neurological disorders where there’s a clear structural or biochemical problem in the nervous system, in FND, the symptoms aren’t caused by a known neurological disease or damage. Instead, they’re thought to be due to a problem with how the brain functions or processes information.

    FND can cause a wide range of symptoms, including weakness or paralysis, tremors or shaking, sensory problems like numbness or tingling, and episodes of altered consciousness or seizures. These symptoms can be distressing and disabling, and they can vary widely from person to person.

    Because the symptoms of FND can be similar to those of other neurological conditions, it can sometimes be challenging to diagnose. However, with the right approach, including a thorough medical evaluation and possibly specialised tests, doctors can often diagnose FND and develop a treatment plan to help manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

    How can Reach help?

    At Reach, we understand the complex nature of Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) and the wide array of symptoms it entails. Our Occupational Therapy programmes are tailored to offer specialised support, targeting both the physical and cognitive challenges associated with FND.

    Our approach at Reach is centred around crafting individualised treatment plans that encompass a variety of interventions. We recognize that FND can manifest in different ways for each individual, so we aim to address specific needs comprehensively.

    • A Targeted Interventions
    • Personalised Treatment Plans
    • Optimising Functionality
    • Improving Quality of Life
    • Holistic Approach
    • Continuous Minitoring and Adjustment

    Targeted Interventions

    We address movement difficulties, sensory issues, cognitive impairments, and communication challenges associated with FND. Our interventions are tailored to each individual’s unique symptoms and functional limitations.

    Personalised Treatment Plans

    We work closely with individuals with FND to develop personalised treatment plans that address their specific goals and needs. These plans may include a combination of therapeutic exercises, adaptive strategies, and skill-building activities.

    Optimising Functionality

    Our goal is to optimize overall functionality and independence for individuals with FND. Through targeted interventions, we aim to improve mobility, enhance sensory experiences, and promote participation in meaningful activities of daily living.

    Improving Quality of Life

    By addressing both the physical and cognitive aspects of FND, we strive to enhance the overall quality of life for our clients. We focus not only on symptom management but also on empowering individuals to actively engage in activities that bring them joy and fulfillment.

    Holistic Approach

    We take a holistic approach to treatment, considering the interconnectedness of physical, cognitive, emotional, and social well-being. Our programs may incorporate a range of therapeutic modalities, including physical exercises, cognitive rehabilitation, mindfulness techniques, and psychosocial support.

    Continuous Monitoring and Adjustment

    We regularly monitor progress and adjust treatment plans as needed to ensure optimal outcomes. Our team collaborates closely with clients, caregivers, and other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care and support throughout the treatment process.

    Do you have a client struggling to navigate the complexities of FND?

    Reach out to our team. Together, we can unravel the potential, providing support and guidance on the journey towards enhanced functionality and improved well-being. 

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