Professor Nick Alderman with Professor Barbara Wilson OBE).

Alderman, a prominent figure in UK neuro-rehab, has received the ‘Award for Distinguished Contribution to Practice’ from the British Psychological Society.

This is an annual mid-to-late career honour recognising an outstanding and lasting contribution to a particular area, for the benefit of people and organisation.

In this case the award was made for his contribution to neurobehavioural rehabilitation, and was presented at the British Psychological Society Division of Neuropsychology Annual Conference in Manchester.

Alderman represents Elysium, which is soon opening The Avalon Centre in Swindon, a purpose built neurological centre for men and women over the age of 18 years, who have an acquired brain injury.

The centre has been designed specifically to support people who, because of their injury, have challenging and complex needs and require a Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation programme.

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