Monthly Archives: March 2022

Good Luck Victoria

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In January this year, we were delighted to welcome Victoria Ross to the team on a 10-week student placement. Victoria is in her third year studying for a BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy at the University of Central Lancashire. As part of her qualification, Victoria is required to work in the industry to get some “hands-on” […]

Welcome to the Team Karen

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Rehabilitation and Support for Independence are delighted to welcome Karen as part of the team. Her role will involve working closely with the clinical and support staff to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients. Her role as Case Manager will make her a valued member of the MDT overseeing input from all disciplines […]

Case Manager publishes article in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy

Jo webb rehabilitation for Independence

Jo Webb was the lead author of Improving Competency in Safe Patient Handling Through Online Learning Beyond the Classroom: A Longitudinal Study “Safe patient handling is intrinsic in health care provision, yet education in the skills required for safe patient handling is inconsistently delivered, with limited evidence that traditional face-to-face training reduces risk. The primary […]

Rehabilitation and Support for Independence attend Careers Fair

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On Wednesday 9th March Nate Goodman, HR and Recruitment Administrator and Andrea Hornby, Senior Rehabilitation Support Worker attended the Salford University Spring Careers fair. Over 200 students attended the fair across several disciplines including Business, Sciences, Engineering, Arts, Creative, Health and related subjects. This event was a great platform for all who attended, providing an […]