Category: News

Neuropsychologist finds light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel

Katie Byard was sceptical in March, when the government announced lockdown and she realised she’d have to find new ways of doing her job as a consultant clinical psychologist and paediatric neuropsychologist at Recolo, which delivers neuropsychological rehabilitation to children, young people and their families.

Looking beyond Covid-19 – private or statutory funding for those with a serious injury

Covid-19 has led to a sharp economic downturn that may take many years to recover from. This may mean that even more difficult choices will have to be made about where our finite resources should be invested. Before Covid-19, it was well-known that our hard-working NHS and social care services were stretched due to increasing demand and competing priorities for more investment.

The Curious Case Manager: episode two

In the latest instalment of our new video series, Vicki Gilman speaks to Sarah Clayton, chief executive of Simple Stuff Works, an organisation focused on postural management for adults and children.

Gove announces brain injury task force

Michael Gove will bring together a group of ministers across government to look at the issues surrounding acquired brain injury before the end of the month.