This chapter provides an interpretation of some of the more common issues that arise in a discussion of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and rehabilitation following ABI. It explores the way participant identities were considered in rehabilitation process, gather their opinions on where their rehabilitation took place, collect their thoughts regarding the importance of independence following ABI, and obtain their views on the length of their rehabilitation. The debates in the clinical literature that have been reviewed throughout the chapter set the scene for a social scientific investigation of ABI and ABI rehabilitation. The financial costs of rehabilitation undoubtedly demand consideration in any debate regarding its provision on a long-term basis. It has been stated that in the UK, rehabilitation services have been fairly flexible and adaptable to suit individual 'patient' needs. However, in the current climate of financial constraint there is a pressing need to demonstrate the cost-efficiency of rehabilitation services.