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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The Disabilities Trust launch 'Making the Link' report

The Disabilities Trust launch the results of report, Making the Link: Female Offending and Brain Injury, the first study of its kind into brain injury in female offenders.
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Graham Anderson House receives an ‘Exceptional’ grade

Graham Anderson House in Glasgow was judged to be ‘Exceptional’ in one of the three, graded, key quality indicators - ‘People’s experience of care and the involvement of carers and families.’
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15 February

Kent House therapy team get muddy

The therapy team at Kent House are on a mission to transform the service for the people they support – and what better way to fundraise than to get muddy?

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05 February

CQC rates The Disabilities Trust's North West Community Services as 'Good'

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that the North West Community services were ‘Good’ in all five categories inspected. This domiciliary service supports people with a range of disabilities including acquired brain injury , learning disabilities, sensory impairment, physical disabilities and autism.

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01 February
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The Care Inspectorate reports that Eastfields has ‘Very Good’ Quality of care and support.

Eastfields, a service run by the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) in Glasgow, has received favourable grades in the Care Inspectorate's most recent inspection.

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