INPA will be exhibiting at Swansea University’s neurobehaviour conference in Swansea on Monday 25th November. This annual event brings together leading experts in the field to provide authoritative accounts of the very latest clinical innovations, strategies and cutting-edge developments in the management of the debilitating symptoms of neurobehavioural disability.
INPA’s Chair Lesley Pope will attend the event and will be available to speak with delegates about INPA and its work.
In the UK, the independent sector makes up over half of the neurological rehabilitation services, with INPA’s 18 members providing 1200 beds for patients living with physical, cognitive, mental health and behavioural changes. From post-injury rehabilitation in specialist hospitals to nursing care and community-based services, independent providers lead the way through innovation and collaboration.
The Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA) brings together providers to drive excellence in neurorehabilitation, ensuring people are supported in quality environments, by trained, experienced and caring specialists. Members are kept informed and engaged with changes in policy, practice and initiatives, with INPA contributing to emerging developments.
The independent sector has been particularly innovative and responsive to the needs of very specialist aspects of neurobehavioural rehabilitation with members working together to develop research and best practice.
The conference is produced in partnership with Elysium Neurological. Further details and ticket information is available here.