Work for usWe are looking for a Bank Rehabilitation Support Worker to join our pictured Gorleston team.
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Caring for someone with a brain injury?We know the strain that you might be feeling and offer a free support programme for carers.
Caring for someone
Did you know?There were 5,839 hospital admissions for acquired brain injury in Norfolk and Waveney in year ending March 2014.
WelcomeBrain injury can affect anyone. We support people with traumatic and acquired brain injury including strokes, their families and careers to regain confidence and overcome challenges. We promote independence and rehabilitation, providing information and support services directly to people.
2017 Dec - Norwich City FC executive box update We would like to say a big thanks to Simon and Frances Rump who made a ...
2017 Dec - Christmas Craft Fayre brings awareness and support A big thanks to a special ambassador and fund raiser Sandra Liddell.
2017 Nov - 'I will cross the bridge.....' Norwich Client Mike Palmer shares his moving thoughts on his journey through brain injury. His po...
Brain Injury Info
Caring for someone Brain injury doesn't just affect individuals; it can transform the lives of entire families.<stro...
Minor brain injury A brief period of unconsciousness, or just feeling sick and dizzy, may result from a person...
Moderate brain injury Moderate brain injury is defined as loss of consciousness for between 15 minutes and 6 hour...
'I will cross the bridge.....' Moving words from one of our clients. Poetry is just one of the many therapies our s… https://t.co/sMtsVsTTw3
Check out this new FREE support programme for carers of those who have been affected by a brain injury or stroke. https://t.co/3CgsO8J5d6
Chris Clark is the manager of our brain injury and stroke rehabilitation centre in Norwich and this is his story. L… https://t.co/3jSFERLx4W