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Outcome report 2016

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is one of the few specialist brain injury providers to publish an annual Outcome Report. The data reflect how our assessment and rehabilitation services actively transform people's lives by highlighting the stories of three of our services users, their rehabilitation goals and how we worked together to achieve them.

Our outcomes report covers the service users':

  • rehabilitation goals
  • care and supervision needs
  • mood
  • behaviour
  • level of participation in activities

The report also includes information about:

  • the average length of stay at our centres
  • where service users are admitted from and discharged to
  • the age, gender mix and types of brain injuries of people admitted to BIRT services

“The care he received has been exceptional. I believe he is much better equipped for the future as a result of the support given by the team. We are all very grateful that he could spend those important early months with such a great team.”

Service user's family member,
West Heath House.

Top 5 facts from the 2016 report:

  • 226 service users admitted
  • 174 service users discharged
  • 7 months was the average length of stay
  • 86% of service users engaged in productive activity* on discharge
  • 80% of service users were discharged to transitional, supported or independent living

* Education, training, employment and recreational activities

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As the leading charity providing brain injury rehabilitation across the UK we have a variety of services to meet individuals' needs and requirements at any stage.

We invite you to meet some of the people who have benefited from our brain injury rehabilitation and to see how BIRT could support you, your client / patient or your family.

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