The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust 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 the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust service, The Woodmill, attended the Robert Owen Communities (ROC) Active Football tournament to celebrate the UEFA European Championships.
Thomas Edward Mitton House in Milton Keynes this week launched their FREE brain injury roadshows, designed specifically for busy professionals working with adults with brain injury.
Thomas Edward Mitton House in Milton Keynes are holding an open afternoon on Thursday 21 July to meet and greet health and social care professionals in the Milton Keynes area.
Staff from the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust attended the annual BISWG (Brain Injury Social Work Group) conference at The Etihad Stadium in Manchester, which was attended by over 120 delegates, including local authority social workers.
Service users and staff from Daniel Yorath House turned out in force to thank General Manager, Peter Thorpe from Siemens for a £1,000 donation to celebrate their health and safety record.
Service Manager, Rob Hall, invited three volunteers to Goole Neurorehabilitation Centre for afternoon tea as a way of recognising their commitment in giving valuable time and support.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) has launched a brand new service which will work with people in prison, young offender institutions and those on probation who have a brain injury.
Gary, a service user at Daniel Yorath House near Leeds, recently took part in a sponsored walk. This was a huge achievement for Gary as he was dependent on his wheelchair when he first arrived.