Department of Neurohabilitation

The Department of Neurohabilitation has one research group:

The Department of Neurohabilitaion with multidisciplinary staff, including consultants in neurology and psychiatry, psychologists with specialities in clinical neuropsychology and habilitation psychology, physiotherapists, nutritions and case workers with various professional backgrounds. 

The department provides care to a wide variety of patient groups with complex disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), epilepsy, myotonic dystrophy and other rare conditions, genetic conditions with neurological consequences. 

The Department of Neurohabilitaion is headed by Lotta Fladby Tholander.