Eastfields opening at Graham Anderson House

27 August 2015

BIRT is delighted to announce that their new development: Eastfields, at the Graham Anderson House service, Glasgow, will have a ribbon cutting ceremony with guest of honour, Bailie Allan Stewart, on the 2nd of September 2015.

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Consultant Psychologist attends Australian conference

31 July 2015

Dr Brian O’Neill, Consultant Psychologist at BIRT’s Graham Anderson House recently attended the International Neuropsychology Society (INS) in Sydney Australia where he shared innovative rehabilitation approaches with the international community.

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Names announced for new GAH development

24 July 2015

We are pleased to announce the names for the new developments at Graham Anderson House, providing new additional services for people with brain injury, allowing the service to extend its provision and facilities in Glasgow.

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service user and two support workers playing giant jenga in the recreation room at Graham Anderson House

Glowing Report for Brain Injury Service

16 April 2015

Graham Anderson House (GAH), a specialist service with acquired brain injury in Glasgow, has received a glowing inspection report from Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS) for the service that it provides

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New development at Graham Anderson House

25 February 2015

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is pleased to announce it will be offering new additional services for people with brain injury, extending its provision and facilities in Glasgow to complement their specialist rehabilitation services at Graham Anderson House.

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Assistive technology for cognition handbook developed

18 February 2015

Assistive Technology for Cognition: A handbook for clinicians and developers co-edited by Dr Brian O’Neill and Dr Alex Gillespie systematically examines how cutting edge digital technologies can assist the cognitive function of people who have cognitive impairments,

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Vocational placements success

26 January 2015

Attending vocational placements and partaking in vocational activities not only allows service users to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining or returning to employment or other useful occupations following brain injury but provides meaningful activities to participate in.

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