Monthly Archives: November 2018

We are growing (again)!

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Rehabilitation for Independence are proud to announce the appointment of our new team member.  Carrie has joined our small team of Occupational Therapists, supporting us as a Technical Instructor.  Carrie has many years of experience working with clients with acquired brain injuries of varying degrees.  She has worked at ‘The Priory Highbank’ as a generic […]

Packed out for Mark’s presentation!

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  Mark presents at the OT Show at Birmingham’s NEC to a packed house!  More than 150 people turned up to listen to Mark’s presentation on ‘iPads and their use with children’. Mark joined many speakers who presented on different aspects of occupational therapy.  Sessions ran throughout the 26th & 27 November. Mark concluded, “Within this […]

Now Recruiting: Occupational Therapist

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Location:  Community based (North West) Hours:  Negotiable Salary:  Negotiable Rehabilitation for Independence is looking for a highly-motivated Occupational Therapist with the skills and experience to work with children and adults with neurological conditions, including brain and spinal injuries. The successful applicant will join an enthusiastic and rapidly-developing team of specialists and will be community based. […]

BABICM 2015 Summer Conference

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We’re attending the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers’ annual summer conference; ‘Working in Interesting Times; Developments for Case Managers in the Law and Rehabilitation’. Today has been devoted to legal issues and tomorrow; to issues in rehabilitation – we’re looking forward to more of the interesting and thought-provoking sessions we’ve attended today.

What a Night!

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A big “thank you” to all our colleagues and friends who joined us to celebrate our anniversary in the sunshine at the Great John Street Hotel yesterday! As our Director, Mark Rybczynski said in his speech, since he established Rehabilitation for Independence in 2012, we have established links with the leading law firms and case […]

We have grown (again)!

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We’re delighted to welcome our newest team members, Emma Tod and Victoria Anderson – both Advanced Practitioner Occupational Therapists. Victoria qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1995 and has specialised in paediatrics for the past 14 years.  She has worked with children with a wide variety of conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Developmental Delay, Autism […]