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Learning from neuropsychology researchers and practitioners

17 January 2018

Dr Brian O’Neill, our consultant from Graham Anderson House, will be the keynote speaker at the "not to miss" event: the Division of Neuropsychology’s (DoN) Annual Networking Event on the 26th January.

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The benefits of sensory integration

13 October 2017

The benefits of sensory integration groups on the participation of children and young people with learning disabilities

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BIRT outcome measure published in peer-reviewed journal

16 August 2017

Increasing a person’s independence and ability to participate in meaningful activities are key aims of neurorehabilitation, as greater participation is associated with better quality of life and general wellbeing.

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Lecturer from the University of Surrey visits Kerwin Court

02 June 2017

Dr Hannah Thompson introduced some of the most recent conceptualisations of how knowledge is organised at the May edition of the continuing professional development session in Kerwin Court.

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Research spotlight revamp

24 April 2017

Come and explore our new look Research Spotlight! The pages have been expanded and expounded upon and now feature a wealth of information and best practice. An invaluable resource!

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BIRT Psychologists present at brain injury conference in Swansea

09 August 2016

Dr Sara da Silva Ramos, Research Fellow at the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT), is presenting at the Reducing the Burden of Neurobehavioural Disability after Acquired Brain Injury conference in November.

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New research in brain injury rehabilitation

04 August 2016

Read our Research Spotlight news to find out more about two new developments: a social cognition screening tool, and ‘ViVi’ a wearable fatigue monitoring device which aims to detect fatigue in people with acquired brain injury.

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BIRT Sponsor special brain injury conference in Glasgow!

05 May 2016

BIRT is a premium sponsor at a Neuropsychological Rehabilitation conference in Glasgow. We will be taking the opportunity to share the results of some of the pioneering work that is being done in our services.

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Smartphone apps help people with memory difficulties live more independently

08 April 2016

Graham Anderson House is investigating the use of Smartphone reminders for people with acquired brain injury who often experience difficulty with memory. The assistive technology can really help.

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BIRT’s psychologists present at international conferences

14 July 2015

BIRT’s contributions were well received at the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) Mid-Year Meeting and Conference, held in Australia.

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