Introduction: Brain tumours account for 2% of malignancies in Poland. Comprehensive rehabilitation is essential for regaining psychomotor aptitude following tumour removal. Case report: We present a clinical case of a patient having undergone the removal of a brain tumour (papilloma plexus choroidei) located in the area of the cerebellopontine angle and the 4th ventricle of the brain. The patient went through a 1-month structured rehabilitation programme at the Neurological Rehabilitation Department. Methods: The following tools were used to assess the effectiveness of the treatment: Barthel Index of Activities of Daily Living (Barthel ADL), Rankin, Lovett, Montreal Cognitive Assessment and Beck Depression Inventory scales. Results: First and foremost, the patient’s ability to carry out daily self-care activities improved. She became fully self-reliant within two years (Barthel ADL 12 versus 20). Conclusions: Cases similar to the one discussed here require long-term rehabilitation that may ultimately facilitate significant functional improvement.