The Disabilities Trust is a leading national charity providing specialist rehabilitation, care and support for adults with acquired brain injury, autism and physical disabilities, including those with very complex needs. We also offer education services for children with autism.

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MPs call for action on 'invisible epidemic' of Acquired Brain Injury

MPs from across the party political spectrum joined calls for better services and support for people with Acquired Brain Injury during a debate held in the House of Commons on Monday 18th June.
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support worker and service user in the dining area of TEM House

TEM House receives its first 'Outstanding' star!

Congratulations to Thomas Edward Mitten House in Milton Keynes, which has been awarded a ‘Good’ rating by care watchdog, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in its recent report
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20 June

The Disabilities Trust exhibit at The Autism Show

We exhibited and presented at The Autism Show in London on 15-16 June - the UK's leading event for autism.

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19 June
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Redford Court service user among guests at Lord Mayor's Civic Service

Service user Mike and Family Liaison Officer Michael attended the Liverpool Lord Mayor's annual Civic Service last weekend.

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18 June
music therapy session at York House

Donation to York House

A donation of £1,416.66 was sent to York House from Nordoff Robbins and is to be used specifically to fund two months music therapy for the service users.

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