Following from the Woodmill's ‘Outstanding’ CQC report, a mother talks about how it influenced her decision for placing her daughter and how it was the right thing to do.
"Redford Court has been a lifesaver for Andrew!" exclaims his brother in a letter sent to our service in Liverpool. Andrew was admitted to Redford Court after a traumatic hit and run accident in 2010.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) has been approached by Channel 4's popular soap Hollyoaks to advise on its current brain injury storyline.
This week BIRT's Redford Court is celebrating 20 years of service. Celebrations have included an afternoon tea with service users, family and friends.
Sam, a service user at Graham Anderson House, has started writing poetry and recently performed to audiences at a pub in Glasgow.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is proud to be one of the very few specialist brain injury providers which publishes its outcomes and we have now released our latest Outcome Report 2017.
Dr Brian O’Neill, consultant from Graham Anderson House in Glasgow, gave a keynote speech at the at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology’s Annual Networking Event.
Service users at the Woodmill, in Devon, wanted to take up therapeutic swimming lessons. The exercise within the swimming pool helped with relaxation and all the service users enjoyed the experience.
Following on from our very successful #GetCrafty Twitter competition, which was part of the #SeeMeNotDisability campaign, we are revisiting the people that took part. Catch up with our service users from Graham Anderson House!
Councillor Richard Kemp CBE visited our specialist neurobehavioural centre Redford Court in Liverpool on Monday. He praised the service and was impressed by the way it functioned like 'a big family'.