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.
Fen House came up with a novel solution to the age old problem of running out of storage space. A local company, Mobile Mini, supplied them with a storage container which will make a huge difference to them.
Reserve your free place at our rehabilitation themed seminar 'Acquired brain injury: A multi-faceted approach to survival and recovery' at York House. Ideal for professionals working in brain injury.
We've been working hard behind the scenes to bring you a newly enhanced BIRT website with a new online referral form plus simplified site navigation. We hope you enjoy the enhancements!
A relaxation room in the grounds of Redford Court is being developed with funds from the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, who chose BIRT as their official charity.
Staff and service users from the Brain injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) service York House have been enjoying their newly refurbished space, the Rosedale Room.
Staff and volunteers at BIRT centre, Fen House in Ely have been redeveloping the centre’s courtyards to create an inviting and welcoming area for the service users.
Service users, Jon and Steve, from BIRT centre Fen House in Ely, worked together to organise and participate in a charity bike ride to celebrate 25 years of BIRT.
BIRT’s Business Support Manager, Catherine Portman and Business Support Administrator, Hayley Briddon, recently attended and exhibited at the Oliver Zangwill Centre conference on 'Innovations in Clinical Practice'.