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Our specialist units in Northampton have completed their Gold Standards Framework (GSF) for their end of life care. Christchurch View and Loyd House were awarded the Quality Hallmark certificate by GSF for demonstrating excellence in care standards and showcasing evidence based best practice in end of life care. The certification process includes assessment against 20…

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We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our leadership team with two senior appointments. Denise Masters, who will be responsible for the welfare of patients at Hunters Moor in Birmingham and Matt Street, who will oversee Park House in Bedford both have a combined experience of 60 years in the healthcare sector. Qualifying…

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Our services in Northampton are celebrating as staff members reach recruitment milestones, with over 200 years of combined healthcare experience in the industry. Christchurch View, Lloyd House and Abington View, which are operated by Christchurch Group, provide neurorehabilitation and transitional services, in a community setting. Two deputy managers across the service, Sarah and Suzie, have…

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A patient’s husband has completed a 96km walk from Scotland to England to raise money for Woodlands, following his wife’s recovery. Trevor Dove completed his walk in three days with two friends, raising over £2,000 for Woodlands. Trevor’s wife Lesley was diagnosed with GBS, a rare neurological disorder in which the body’s immune system mistakenly…

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Christchurch Group is a leading provider of neurological rehabilitation in the UK, caring for and rehabilitating patients with complex brain and spinal injuries and neurological conditions. We were absolutely delighted when we were recently named as Complex Care Provider of the Year at the Health Investor Awards 2018. Brain injury is the leading cause of…

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Staff at our Orchard House in Oxfordshire, have undergone stroke sensory training as part of National Stroke Awareness Month. After a stroke, a sensory impairment can occur, affecting the way your brain interprets your senses, causing numbness or the inability to feel heat or cold. Although these symptoms range across the board, they can all be addressed by-sensory…

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‘Make May Purple’ is the Stroke Association’s annual awareness month, which takes place each May and invites friends, families and communities to show their support for people who have been affected by stroke. We’re proud to be supporting the initiative this year as through our specialist support services, we see the effect stroke can have…

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