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On Sunday 13 September 2015, Professor Mike Barnes, Consultant Neurologist and Group Clinical Director at Christchurch Group will join runners for the 13.1 mile 2015 Morrison’s Great North Run 2015. Raising money for UKABIF, the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum, Professor Barnes is on track to raise £500 for the charity which campaigns for improved…

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Christchurch Court, Lloyd House and Abington View, Christchurch Group’s three Northampton based neurorehabilitation facilities have been rated Good by the CQC in all indicators.  The CQC found that the service is safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led following unannounced inspections during May 2015. The CQC reports highlighted that residents felt safe, happy, listened to and that staff…

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Christchurch Group has updated its logo to make it more dynamic and reflect its expertise. Professor Michael Barnes, Christchurch Group Clinical Director explains the thinking behind the new strapline ‘unlocking potential’. Watch video here.

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Professor Barnes received a Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to the field of neurorehabilitation this week from the brother of the Emir of Abu Dhabi – Sheikh Khalifa. He said ” I was very honoured to receive this award and very grateful to the Sheikh for sparing the time to come to the conference in Abu Dhabi to present it. It was shared with…

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Christchurch Group will be exhibiting at the 4th Annual Northamptonshire Acquired Brain Injury Conference on 21st May 2015 – ‘Brain Injury – Who Cares’. The conference will be held at the Kettering Conference Centre and brings together speakers able to address the latest changes in obtaining support from local services (Care Act 2014); how challenges to…

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Staff and service users at Christchurch, Hunters Moor had a fun packed day celebrating Red Nose Day 2015. A number of activities were held during the day from a Tombola raffle to cake selling to staff participating in a job swap. The team raised an impressive sum of £115.45.

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Specialist rehabilitation for patients with complex neurological disability would save the NHS money, says British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine president Professor Lynne Turner-Stokes, of the Cicely Saunders Institute at King’s College London. Long-term neurological conditions present a complex interaction of physical, cognitive, communicative and psychosocial problems which cause disability for more than a million people…

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