Research and clinical experience show that with the right training and stimulation, it is entirely possible for the brain to recreate lost function many years after an acquired brain injury has occurred. For maximum recovery, the rehabilitation should be intensive and individually designed for each person, with specific and repetitive training in an enriched environment. This is well known amongst researchers around the world, and at Hedla we put it into practice.
Our rehab programs
Hedla's rehabilitation programs are based on extensive clinical experience as well as the basic principles of neuroplasticity, which is the brain's ability to develop and reorganise itself in response to new experiences, stimuli and challenges. A close contact with ongoing scientific research allows us to continuously develop, evaluate and refine our methods according to the latest evidence.
The training is individually designed and takes place up to 5 hours per day in order to reach a sufficient training dose and intensity for the best possible progress.
Our team works closely together with each person and significant others to optimise the rehabilitation towards individual and clearly defined goals.
Our specially designed facilities offer lush gardens, sea view and mediterranean climate, as well as areas that encourage socialising and provide cognitive challenges.
Upcoming program periods
11 October to 29 October
1 November to 19 November
22 November to 10 December
Hedla was founded in 2018 by Swedish entrepreneur and stroke survivor Lars Hedlund, with the goal of making the most effective neurological rehabilitation available to more people. Our rehab team consists of highly qualified professionals who all specialise in neurological function and the brain's ability to recover and restore lost function after injury or illness.