Simon Kerr, a support worker from our 'Beech Hill' autism community house in Haywards Heath, has won The Disabilities Trust’s Employee of the Year Award 2016!
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) welcomed Liverpool West Derby MP Stephen Twigg to visit rehabilitation centre Redford Court on Friday 20th January.
Members of staff were delighted to attend the Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2017 in Liverpool where they showcased their work and career opportunities within BIRT.
Service users and staff felt like Christmas had come early when they were awarded the top grant of £12,000 through the Tesco Bags of Help scheme to give their garden area a new lease of life.
Autism service The Maples in Reading was visited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and received an overall good result, with each category receiving ‘Good’.
As part of their 'revalidation' process, nurses at York House recently undertook a day of training covering several areas of healthcare including pharmacy, psychology, nursing and safeguarding.
Staff and service users at Victoria House were delighted to be awarded the top grant of £12,000 after their involvement in the Tesco Bags of Help scheme. They will use the money to enhance their garden area.
Hollyoaks recently consulted BIRT for its new storyline which involves a character receiving an acquired brain injury after being shot in the head. The episode airs tonight at 7pm on Channel 4.
The Disabilities Trust Foundation division was invited to present at an event organised by the UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) held in Newbold Revel on Tuesday 15th November.
Brain injury rehabilitation (BIRT) services around the country have been enjoying the Christmas holidays even more than usual, thanks to generous donations from the Eyes Alight appeal.