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Topical Stories

Help Fen House's outdoor gym dream become a reality

Fen House is looking for support to purchase an outdoor gym including chest press, cross trainer, hand bike and leg press. Can you help?
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The impact of brain injury and domestic abuse: A further analysis

On 19th November, The Disabilities Trust are hosting an expert roundtable, following our recent findings of the link between traumatic brain injury (TBI), domestic abuse and female offending, with the aim of ensuring all women with TBI are better supported.
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Science Museum: Roads to Recovery participation project

BIRT and the Science Museum collaborated on the Roads to Recovery participation project which is on display at the new Science Museum’s medicine galleries.
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The impact of brain injury and domestic abuse: A further analysis

On 19th November, The Disabilities Trust are hosting an expert roundtable, following our recent findings of the link between traumatic brain injury (TBI), domestic abuse and female offending, with the aim of ensuring all women with TBI are better supported.
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Book now for BIRT's Glasgow seminar 2019

Graham Anderson House are pleased to present the BIRT Glasgow Seminar 2019 Past, Present and Future: Celebrating a Decade of Growth, taking place on Wednesday 6th November. Book your place now!
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Ty Ab Fest is a roaring success

Ty Aberdafen's inaugural 'Ty Ab Fest' music festival was a fantastic success with service users and staff performing a variety of songs.
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