The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's (BIRT) centre in south Wales, Tŷ Aberdafen, welcomed Assembly Member Lee Waters to join BIRT's 25th anniversary celebrations.
On Sunday 24th July, fundraiser Gary Byrne competed in the Olympic distance Castle Howard Triathlon in north Yorkshire, to raise £1,000 for BIRT's Osman House.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's (BIRT) Redford Court in Liverpool was recently visited by Louise Ellman MP, who presented Nadia with a certificate from The Prince's Trust.
Thomas Edward Mitton House in Milton Keynes will host a Somek training course in October on upper limb training. There is a discounted rate for BIRT stakeholders.
BIRT's Graham Anderson House in Glasgow will host a Neurobehavioural Skills Training workshop for occupational therapists working in the field of acquired brain injury.
Service users from BIRT centre The Woodmill, Cullompton had the opportunity to go sailing at Exmouth Sailing Club, in partnership with SailAbility.
On the 8th of July, BIRT centres West Heath House and 1101 Bristol Road held a free seminar for health and social care professionals on recognising hidden obstacles and maximising an individual's full potential.
BIRT was delighted to be the Premium and Conference Dinner Partner at the ‘Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation for Neurorehabilitation’ in Glasgow.
Thomas Edward Mitton House have been donated £1,200 by One Stop Shop’s ‘Carrier Bags for Causes’ appeal. They plan to spend the money on developing the courtyard at the centre with the donated funds.
Service users from BIRT centre, The Woodmill, attended the Robert Owen Communities (ROC) Active Football tournament to celebrate the UEFA European Championships.