The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is pleased to announce it’s keynote speakers for Day One of the BIRT Conference 2017. These five plenary session speakers come from USA, Canada, and the UK
Congratulations to Service User and Family Liaison Officer Michael Boardman, from Redford Court in Liverpool, who was surprised and delighted to receive an award from the High Sheriff of Merseyside!
Redford Court, BIRT’s service in Liverpool, is offering free educational roadshows to health and social care professionals across the North West.
Here is a preview of the research themes that will be addressed by our keynote speakers at the BIRT Conference 2017. The conference is on 27th - 28th September at the Hilton City Hotel, Glasgow.
Richard from Tŷ Aberdafen in Llanelli's speech is usually limited to yes or no answers, but his conversation has become more animated since staff began encouraging his interest in steam trains.
Spaces are available for the BIRT Conference 2017 for abstracts and poster presentations for any research or clinical developments in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of people with ABI.
Thomas Edward Mitton (TEM) House in Milton Keynes is delighted to welcome Dr Sirious Mobini as their new Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist.
Service user Aaron, from BIRT service The Woodmill in Cullompton, Devon, has been given complimentary tickets to see Arsenal play Everton; their last game of the season.
Ann Buckler, Director of the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, has retired. Renowned for her clear thinking, innovative approach and super sense of humour, she will be missed greatly by her colleagues.
From pirate hat and parrot making, to crazy costumes, coffee, cakes and a crafts - service users and staff at York House had a wonderful time celebrating Comic Relief, raising a fab £51.25