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Christchurch Group are proud to announce they have been selected as Healthcare Outcomes Finalists for this years LaingBuisson Awards.  Our holistic rehabilitation assessment and treatment programmes enable service users to achieve their full potential; our outstanding outcomes are testimony to the effectiveness of specialist Neurorehabilitation. Full Story Here

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Buddy, a 10-week-old border collie, is becoming a familiar face among our residents and staff at Orchard House Neurological Rehabilitation centre, in Oxfordshire. Visiting five days a week with his owner Alex, who is the Registered Manager of the centre, he is the first dog to attend the rehabilitation centre and is undergoing training to…

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  Our Orchard House service, based in Oxfordshire, has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Opened in 2014, Orchard House provides specialist community-based transitional rehabilitation in the village of Harwell with accommodation for 9 residents. Inspectors praised the service for its exceptional care, its strong, values-led leadership and their person-centered approach displayed…

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  We are proud to announce that Christchurch Group is a finalist at the high-profile Health Investor Awards 2019. At last year’s Health Investor Awards, we won the ‘Complex Care Provider of the Year’ category, showcasing our excellence within care that is focused on patients with multiple needs or who have profound, severe or intense…

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Andy from Hunters Moor is a huge Leicester City fan. He attended a Match against Cardiff at Leicester’s home ground on 12th January 2019. He was assisted by Gavin Dale our driver and a Rehabilitation Assistant to enjoy this trip. A massive thank you to everyone who helped make this happen, Andy hasn’t been to…

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Dysphagia is the medical term for swallowing difficulties. Some people with dysphagia have problems swallowing certain foods or liquids, while others can’t swallow at all (NHS). Following an acquired brain injury or as a symptom of a progressive neurological condition, people can present with swallowing difficulties and may require their foods and fluids to be…

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