Chroma is spearheading a pilot project to evidence the efficacy of music therapy in an acute stroke setting, writes neurologic music therapist Charlie Flint.
Jessie’s Fund teamed up with Chroma to deliver music therapy to paediatric patients in York Hospital, as music therapist Steven Lyons reports.
Dr Gemma Costello introduces SPECS, a psychosocial training package for professionals working with children and young people with acquired brain injury.
By David Withers, partner in the serious injury team in Irwin Mitchell’s Sheffield Office.
Rachel Swanick, senior therapist at Chroma, on helping children come to terms with traumatic and upsetting events.
Neurokinex is pioneering new technology and a new model to address health inequalities experienced by people living with paralysis. The social enterprise was founded in 2013...
Professionals representing key disciplines at St Andrew’s Healthcare explain their priorities in managing this highly complex condition.
A view from the frontline of child brain injury care on this often misunderstood and under-diagnosed condition.
The professionals helping to make sure sex is not forgotten in the drive to improve life quality after severe injury.
Greg Tanner considers himself an incredibly lucky man. He was walking to his car when he had a stroke. Strangers noticing his distress called an ambulance...