Staff from the BIRT centre York House, York, will be attending the Bradford University Health, Community and Science career fair on Wednesday 23rd November between 10:30 and 3:30pm.
York House staff Helen Stothard (Business Administrator) and Nurse, Sarah Bartle, recently took part in the Dalby Dash, as part of a year of fundraising, raising £3,000 for Help for Heroes.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) hosted a special lunch and awards ceremony to celebrate their 25th anniversary and recognise the contribution of staff and the efforts the people we support.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist in the LaingBuisson Awards 2016. These prestigious annual awards celebrate industry excellence and innovation.
BIRT's Redford Court in Liverpool welcomed Luciana Berger MP last week for a tour of the centre and discussion about Redford Court's work with homeless people and BIRT's wider research.
Graham Anderson House is hosting a free seminar for professionals 'What works for whom.' The event includes presentations by members of the clinical team and invited guest speakers.
Neil Parish MP visited The Woodmill to learn about brain injury and our Show Your Brain Some Love awareness campaign. Whilst there he met some of the men and women undergoing specialist rehabilitation.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) will be celebrating 25 years of Brain Injury Rehabilitation with an anniversary luncheon for staff, service users and invited guests on 3 November in Leeds.
In October BIRT service Redford Court presented a free seminar called: Working to get back to “normal”- vocational rehabilitation in brain injury.
Graham Anderson House service user Duncan is hopping on his bike and hitting the tarmac for a 20 mile cycle challenge near Glasgow to raise money for Eastfields, accompanied by support worker Mark.