INPA Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance

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Ensuring Excellence in Neurorehabilitation

 

Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance

We are a group of independent specialist health and social care providers who share the common goal of ensuring the delivery of excellent care in neurorehabilitation.
As an alliance of providers, we decided to group together to form a strong voice in the sector, ensuring that neurorehabilitation is delivered in quality environments, by trained and experienced staff in a caring way to assist the rehabilitation process.
With 18 current members, we are formed from a variety of different types of providers from residential to hospital-based care. We all have one common aim – to provide and ensure excellence in neurorehabilitation.

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  • Who are INPA?

    We are a group of independent specialist health and social care providers who share the common goal of ensuring the delivery of excellent care in neuro-rehabilitation. As an alliance of providers, we decided to group together to form a strong voice in the sector, ensuring that neuro-rehabilitation is delivered in quality environments, by trained and experienced staff in a caring way to assist the rehabilitation process.
  • How many members does INPA have?

    We have 18 current members and we are formed from a variety of different types of providers from residential to hospital-based care. We all have one common aim – to provide and ensure excellence in neuro-rehabilitation.
  • What can INPA do for its members?

    By having a collective voice, INPA can ensure the views and perspectives of the independent neuro-rehabilitation providers are heard within the sector. We can join, contribute to and raise debates on key subjects such as outcome measurements, fee structures and regulation. These matters are all areas where INPA can have a voice and represent the views of the independent providers of these important services in the neuro-rehabilitation sector.
  • What do I need to do to join INPA?

    Currently the membership of INPA is made up of 18 providers of specialist health and social care and rehabilitation for people affected by acquired or traumatic brain injury and those with long-term neurological conditions. They come from across the UK and have all undergone a validation process to ensure they meet the standards required. Please fill in the contact form if you are interested in becoming part of the alliance.

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