INPA joins The Neurological Alliance

September 03, 2021 - by INPA - in Uncategorized

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The Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA) has become a member of the Neurological Alliance (NA). The Neurological Alliance is a coalition of more than 80 organisations working together to transform outcomes for people with neurological conditions. As members we will be able to jointly campaign for high quality care and support for people with neurological

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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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Next generation rehabilitation technology lands in the UK | STEPS Rehabilitation lead the way in new world-class robotic and virtual reality technology

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STEPS rehabilitation, a specialist facility that delivers intensive rehabilitation for people recovering from brain injury, spinal cord injury, strokes and complex trauma injuries, is now home to the very latest in cutting edge rehabilitation technology equipment – all housed in their brand new STEPS RehabHub. Already known for its truly holistic approach to rehabilitation care,

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Cygnet Annual Psychiatrists Conference and National Awards Ceremony 2021 | Wednesday 15th September 2021 09:30 – 16:30.

April 26, 2021 - by INPA - in Event

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The conference will take place virtually and is open to psychiatrists from Cygnet and across the NHS, public and independent sectors. A formal invitation and programme will be shared in due course. Join us to hear the latest research and developments in psychiatry, participate in workshops and network with your peers. Our keynote speakers are:

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Open Lecture – Instrumental Assessment of Swallowing in Complex Neuro-Disability | 18th November 2021 1.00pm – 2.00pm

April 23, 2021 - by INPA - in Event

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Effective dysphagia assessment is a key part of the SLT role in caring for people with severe and complex brain injuries and progressive neurological conditions Using instrumental assessments can be daunting in this population and limited access may adversely affect clients’ outcomes. In this lecture the indications and barriers to instrumental swallow assessment in the

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Nutritional Challenges in the Brain Injured Patient’s Journey | Tuesday 16 and 17 November 2021 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

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This virtual course is aimed at dietitians who are new to, or would like to work in the area of neuro-rehabilitation or the longer term management of patients with a neuro-disability. There will be a diverse variety of presenters who work in this specialist field. Following an acquired brain injury, an individuals’ journey from the

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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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