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General News

Cygnet Health Care to open new neuropsychiatric facility in South Yorkshire

Cygnet Health Care is due to open their new neuropsychiatric care and treatment facility for men affected by acquired brain injuries in December this year. Cygnet Pindar House in Barnsley is a new 22 bed purpose built facility that has been designed specifically to provide a...

Brain Injury Organisations Unite in Response to the Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice

Charities, organisations, professionals and individuals concerned with how the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) is being applied to individuals affected by acquired brain injury (ABI) have united to submit an agreed letter to the Ministry of Justice who are currently reviewing the Act’s...

INPA Publishes Research to Evaluate Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation Assessment Tools

INPA are delighted to announce that our first collaborative project has now been published! This project aimed to evaluate the efficacy of assessment tools used in neurobehavioural rehabilitation (NbR). In particular, it focussed on the requirements of UKROC and explored the...

New Chair for the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance

The Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance is a group of independent specialist health and social care providers who share the common goal of ensuring the delivery of excellent care in neurorehabilitation. The group was established in 2004 under the leadership of...

INPA advise on new Clinically-assisted nutrition and hydration Guidance

INPA are pleased to have been involved in a new publication entitled Clinically-assisted nutrition and hydration (CANH) and adults who lack the capacity to consent: guidance for decision-making in England and Wales launched on Wednesday 12th December 2018. The British Medical...

STEPS Rehabilitation win ‘Rehabilitation Provider of the Year’

INPA Member, STEPS Rehabilitation, won “Rehabilitation Provider of the Year” at the prestigious Personal Injury Awards 2018. This is the first national award that the company has won since opening in May 2017 and recognises the positive impact that their work is having on those...

Neurobehavioural Disability after Acquired Brain Injury – Conference Review

On Monday 26th November INPA attended the “Neurobehavioural Disability after Acquired Brain Injury: Recent Innovations in Clinical Practice and Delivery” hosted by Swansea University in partnership with Elysium Neurological. Yet again this was a well organised, extremely...

INPA Review of #UKABIF 2018

INPA attended The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Form (UKABIF) 10th Annual Conference titled “Recognising and Understanding Brain Injury: Promoting the Need for Specialist Care” on Monday 5th November 2018. UKABIF’s chairman Andrew Bateman opened the conference with a warm...

All-Party Parliamentary Group for Acquired Brain Injury launch Report on on Acquired Brain Injury and Neurorehabilitation

On 10th October 2018 the All Party Parliamentary Group for Acquired Brain Injury launched a report outlining the critical role of neurorehabilitation in the ABI care pathway, and the need for Rehabilitation Prescriptions for all brain injury survivors following discharge from...

Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness: Exploring best interest decision-making and end of life care

On the 11th July, INPA co-hosted a conference on Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness (PODC) with Cardiff University’s Coma and Disorders of Consciousness (CDOC) research centre. The conference, titled “PDOC: exploring best interest decision-making and end of life care”,...