Book your place now for the free seminar being hosted by Redford Court in Liverpool on Wednesday 26th April, called 'Dancing with Neurons: the neurobehavioural approach applied'.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is proud to be one of the very few specialist brain injury providers that publishes its outcomes. The BIRT Outcome Report 2016 is available now.
Social workers in London and Birmingham have been learning about brain injury, including the Brain Injury Needs Indicator (BINI) developed by the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT).
BIRT is pleased to announce it will be offering new additional services for people with brain injury, extending its provision and facilities at Osman House, in Scholes, near Leeds.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's Redford Court recently welcomed Liverpool MP Stephen Twigg, the Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson and senior figures from Merseyside Police to visit the Liverpool centre.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) welcomed Liverpool West Derby MP Stephen Twigg to visit rehabilitation centre Redford Court on Friday 20th January.
Members of staff were delighted to attend the Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2017 in Liverpool where they showcased their work and career opportunities within BIRT.
As part of their 'revalidation' process, nurses at York House recently undertook a day of training covering several areas of healthcare including pharmacy, psychology, nursing and safeguarding.
The countdown to the 'must attend’ learning and development event for those working in the brain injury rehabilitation has begun! Book now to avoid disappointment and get a discount of £50!
Hollyoaks recently consulted BIRT for its new storyline which involves a character receiving an acquired brain injury after being shot in the head. The episode airs tonight at 7pm on Channel 4.