Our philosophy

Our approach: The art and science of rehab.

The science.

The science is in the research and evidence-base, as well as our rich experience of what has helped others. We keep up to date with neurology treatments and approaches, the latest in rehabilitation techniques (as well as the old tried and true). We always ensure we are current and delivering only the best high quality service to every person we work with.


Let’s face it. It can be overwhelming (Please don’t google it!)

We try and make what is complex into a more straight-forward, easy to understand and clear process towards recovery. For you and those around you, at home and at work.

Novel ideas.

Many neurological conditions will have long-lasting symptoms. We will work with you to help overcome the challenges and learn new ways of living life to the fullest. We do this by developing a toolkit of strategies that you can use wherever you are.

The Art.

Rehab is also an art. What works for one, doesn’t necessarily work for another. A rehabilitation programme will be tailored for you, to meet your individual needs. We pull on your strengths and resources, think laterally and creatively, and consider you as a whole person. We love this part of the job – finding what works best for each person.


Working together in true partnership is so important for rehab to be effective. You know yourself best, and we bring the experience and tools. As well as a therapeutic partnership, we work together with families, other organisations, support workers, charities and employers to build a network that will last.

Gift of Empowerment.

Ultimately, our philosophy is to empower you and make you the expert of your own condition. True success is when a person feels contentment, has achieved realistic goals, understands how to move forward. It is about taking control and getting on with life after an injury, even if it is in a different and unexpected way. Empowerment is such a gift and we are happy to be part of that experience.

Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me and I’ll understand.” ~ Confucius

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