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Castel Froma has joined the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA), making it the latest member of the organisation.

Castel Froma’s specialist neurological care centres are purpose built to meet the needs of individuals over the age of 18, with conditions that may include brain injuries, stroke, spinal cord injuries, progressive neurological conditions, and prolonged disorders of consciousness.

The organisation has two sites based in Leamington Spa – Lillington House and Helen Ley House. At both sites rehabilitation, long term care, respite care and palliative care are provided. Therapy and nursing care are delivered through coordinated multidisciplinary teams which include nursing, care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology, speech and language therapy, dietetics, GPs, and consultants in neurological rehabilitation. Staff work alongside residents and their relatives to put the residents needs and wishes at the heart of everything they do.


Nicole Fyfe, Deputy Clinical Services Director at Castel Froma says
‘Joining INPA has provided an excellent opportunity to share collaborative ideas with other members who face similar challenges to us and work together to create solutions. It is always beneficial to network with the other members as well as hearing from the useful speakers who attend the meetings’.

Find out more about Castel Froma here.

Become a member of INPA

Circle Rehabilitation’s recent membership of the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA) is a significant step towards shaping the future of neurorehabilitation. By joining INPA, Circle Rehabilitation demonstrates its commitment to excellence and its dedication to advocating for the highest standards of care in the field.
Becoming a member of INPA offers numerous benefits to Circle Rehabilitation and the patients it serves. Collaboration with other leading neurorehabilitation providers allows Circle Rehabilitation to access a wealth of knowledge, share best practices, and drive innovation. This collaborative effort fosters a community of experts who are constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in neurorehabilitation.

Other organisations are invited to become a member of INPA, providing a platform to contribute to the advancement of neurorehabilitation as a whole. As a member, organisations can actively participate in shaping policies and advocating for improved access to quality neurorehabilitation services. By leveraging the collective voice of INPA, together we can drive positive change and promote the importance of neurorehabilitation in healthcare.
Become a member of INPA today.