May 20, 2021
Cygnet Heathers receives ‘Outstanding’ rating from Headway – Brain Injury Association
The Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance are delighted to announce that Daniel Yorath House (DYH) in Leeds are now an associate member of INPA.
DYH is a specialist unit run by The Disabilities Trust and offers neurobehavioural rehabilitation and neurorehabilitation services. Based just outside Leeds the centre is being extensively refurbished and will offer multidisciplinary services for 19 people which includes a transitional living space.
Lesley Pope, Chair and INPA inspector said, ‘The service is led by a passionate and knowledgeable team who promote strong interdisciplinary working supported by a clear structure in terms of meetings, and mechanisms to exchange information, ensuring treatment plans are fluid and able to change as the client improves. Treatment interventions are carefully monitored and measured to ensure an evidence-based approach to care and service improvement. Education for team members is ongoing throughout and is actively encouraged as well as a strong commitment to research.
Daniel Yorath House is a well established neurorehabilitation provider and whilst it easily meets the criteria for full membership, it has been agreed that Associate membership will be awarded for one year with a view to moving to full membership at the end of this period.’
Lynsey Robertson, Director of Business Development & Programme Management, The Disabilities Trust said, ‘We are delighted and proud to be part of INPA and this fantastic alliance. Membership of INPA not only raises our profile as an influencer but gives us the opportunity to contribute to the collective voice of INPA, highlighting the benefits of neurorehabilitation. The Disabilities Trust has a commitment of sharing best practice and innovation in the field of neurorehabilitation and this membership provides us with another level of quality assurance for those accessing our brain injury services.’