Thomas Edward Mitton House, has officially unveiled their new courtyard garden, holding a special garden party in celebration of both the centre’s and the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's (BIRT) 25th anniversary.
“The experience made me feel so lucky and humble.” Service users and staff from BIRT centre Redford Court in Liverpool supported the community this month by donating food and toiletries to the homeless.
Service users at the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) centre, Kent House, got into the Paralympic spirit and attended the Stoke Mandeville Carnival, meeting Paralympians and held the Paralympic torch.
We are delighted that the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust's 'Guide to Living – for adults with brain injury’ was shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’ at the British Medical Association’s Patient Information Awards 2016!
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust outlines how, by choosing to commission brain injury rehabilitation, you can meet the ten top tips for commissioning local rehabilitation services.
BIRT centre Redford Court in Liverpool has developed a new, flexible outreach service which is designed for individuals who would benefit from structured rehabilitation. This is delivered in ‘own home’ setting, covering the North west of England.
Former service users and their families attended the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) service, The Woodmill's annual family fun day. Local performers and our very own Birt mascot entertained the children and raised £500 for the service.
The local Goole community has generously donated a cheque for £494 to Goole Neurorehabilitation Centre after local man, Andy Bemrose, was admitted there after sustaining serious injuries following a night out
Staff at The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust service, Chalkdown House, bade a fond farewell to service user Kevin who was discharged home after a period of rehabilitation at the Swindon brain injury centre.