INPA Welcomes a Strategy for Acquired Brain Injury

December 08, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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Following months of campaigning alongside brain injury charities, survivors, clinicians and providers Chris Bryant, MP and Chair of the APPG for Acquired Brain Injury has agreement from the Government that it will implement a cross departmental strategy for Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Chris Bryant launched a Private Members Bill in June 2021 – the Bill was

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INPA supports #MyNeuroSurvey

December 01, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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We want everyone affected by neurological conditions to have access to high quality, joined up care and support to meet their needs whoever they are, whenever they need it and wherever they live. We know there are huge variations across the UK and not everyone has access to the same care and support. The Independent

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Daniel Yorath House joins INPA

June 07, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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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

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Cygnet Heathers receives ‘Outstanding’ rating from Headway – Brain Injury Association

May 20, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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A neuropsychiatry rehabilitation hospital in West Bromwich supporting men with acquired brain injuries and neurological conditions has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Headway, the Brain Injury Association following their latest interim review. Cygnet Heathers, in Grout Street, was inspected by Headway, which has developed an accreditation scheme open to care settings which includes NHS and independent

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INPA Supports ICU Steps #RehabIsCritical Campaign Community

April 23, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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ICUsteps launched a campaign on 21st April 2021 to demand improved services for intensive care patients after leaving hospital. They state that many intensive care patients do not receive the support they need once they are discharged from hospital. Intensive care treatment saves lives, but better provision is urgently needed to rebuild those lives once

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Frenchay Physiotherapist Wins Prestigious Award

April 21, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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Caz Icke, Specialist Physiotherapist at The Huntercombe Group’s Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit in Bristol, has won an Innovate UK’s ‘Women in Innovation’ Award for the development of her pioneering Solesense product, a customisable rehabilitation solution designed to help individuals who have balance and walking difficulties as a result of brain injuries, strokes and other

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Advancing Healthcare Awards

February 16, 2021 - by INPA - in News

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INPA is delighted to co-sponsor the Chroma Award for Innovation in Neurorehabilitation in this year’s Advancing Healthcare Awards. 2020 was a year when allied health professionals and healthcare scientists and their work came into the spotlight and now more than ever it’s important to recognise this work.  The awards aim to:  • Identify examples of

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