Brain injury case managers easing away from “virtual first” approach to rehabilitation Brain injury case managers are easing away from a “virtual first” approach to rehabilitation, with the majority set to make referrals to residential based programmes over the next...read more
The study, published in the journal Lancet Psychiatry, focused on patients treated in UK hospitals during the exponential phase of the Covid-19 pandemic in April. Specialist doctors were asked to report clinical details of Covid-19 patients, who were experiencing a range of neurological and psychiatric complications that were potentially linked to the disease.read more
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Removing barriers to the great outdoors The benefits to our physical and mental wellbeing through spending time and exercising in the outdoors, have started to become more widely recognised by both academic research and the general public. People appear to have become...read more
New neurorehabilitation centre Calvert Reconnections has geared up for its September opening with the appointment of Dr Amy Burns as Clinical Lead. Dr Burns has worked within the NHS for 20 years, qualifying in 2004 as a Clinical Psychologist and in 2012, as a...read more
As each week passes, it is becoming increasingly clear that coronavirus can trigger a huge range of neurological problems.read more
Transitioning on from Calvert Reconnections One of the areas we feel is essential for a successful service and to ensure good outcomes for clients is the transition process on from Calvert Reconnections. If this is done well, clients will feel supported throughout the...read more
Brain injury survivors staying at Calvert Reconnections will be helped on their road to recovery by a specially-equipped mini bus provided by local Lions.read more
Calvert Reconnections hosts successful Zoom discussion for brain injury case managers Calvert Reconnections last week hosted the first in a series of Zoom discussions for brain injury professionals. The event - “why rehab won’t wait” - was attended by a range of brain...read more
Brain injury rehabilitation has been driven to crisis point by a perfect Covid-19 storm - destroying NHS capacity and devastating third sector funding, according to a new report. Brain injury charity Calvert Reconnections and barristers Exchange Chambers polled a...read more
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