BIRT announces a number of spaces available for the BIRT Conference 2017 for abstracts and poster presentations for any research or clinical developments in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of people with ABI.
Staff and service users from our autism community house Beech Hill in Haywards Heath will be raising money for the service by walking the Southdowns Way.
The Disabilities Trust Annual Review 2015-16 is now available to download from our website. Also in 'Easy Read' format. We are pleased to have seen many high points in what has been a very demanding year.
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).
Kent House physiotherapy assistant Suzanne Cheshire and her friend Simon Howland will be attempting the London to Paris cycling challenge in a bid to raise money for the BIRT centre.
This May, Edward Dodson will be running the Edinburgh Marathon to raise £4,000 for The Disabilities Trust., specifically BIRT centre for Fen House in Ely.
Service users from Shinewater Court in Eastbourne, took part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch. The birdwatch survey helps the RSPB build a picture of garden wildlife across the UK.
Female offenders with a brain injury at HMP Drake Hall near Stafford are receiving support from a specialist Linkworker from the Disabilities Trust Foundation.
An overview of the Trust’s recent policy and campaigns work, covering our activities in January and a round-up of news and research from across the health and social care sector
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.