"We aim to provide the
best quality neurobehavioural
rehabilitation for people with complex and challenging needs after
brain injury. Ultimately, we want to enable service users to
participate in life as fully as possible, needing the least
Professor Michael Oddy,
Director of Clinical Services, BIRT
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) has been providing
excellence in brain injury rehabilitation for over 20 years.
Since opening its first service in 1991, Thomas Edward Mitton House
in Milton Keynes, BIRT has grown to become one of the world leaders
of brain injury rehabilitation.
We offer a continuum of rehabilitation that can
meet the needs of an individual at any stage in their
rehabilitation at one of our 12 UK centres. Our continuum provides
the following options:
We believe that it is never too late to benefit from
rehabilitation and ensure that people using our services are
supported to become as independent as they can be.