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6 October 2021 0 Comments Posted in Uncategorised

Including family therapy in a compensation claim

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Including family therapy in a compensation claim View the story Including family therapy in a compensation claim TwitterFacebook Your compensation Including family therapy in a compensation claim A conversation between Kerstin Scheel and Pardeep Biring As we found in our …

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6 October 2021 0 Comments Posted in Uncategorised

The importance of a specialist approach to family rehabilitation after brain injury

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The importance of a specialist approach to family rehabilitation after brain injury View the story The importance of a specialist approach to family rehabilitation after brain injury TwitterFacebook Specialists in their field The importance of a specialist approach to family …

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A review of the Ahead Together Conference

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A review of the Ahead Together Conference View the story A review of the Ahead Together Conference TwitterFacebook Building a support team A review of the Ahead Together Conference By Dr Jessica Fish, University of Glasgow & St George’s NHS …

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6 October 2021 0 Comments Posted in Uncategorised

The Silverlining: a charity bringing a family approach to brain injury support

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The Silverlining: a charity bringing a family approach to brain injury support View the story The Silverlining: a charity bringing a family approach to brain injury support TwitterFacebook Charity spotlight The Silverlining: a charity bringing a family approach to brain …

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6 October 2021 0 Comments Posted in Uncategorised

Anchor Point: a new Special Interest Group making a difference for families affected by brain injury

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Anchor Point: a new Special Interest Group making a difference for families affected by brain injury View the story Anchor Point: a new Special Interest Group making a difference for families affected by brain injury TwitterFacebook Family advice Anchor Point: …

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6 October 2021 0 Comments Posted in Uncategorised

The role of identity in multi-cultural work with families following brain injury

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The role of identity in multi-cultural work with families following brain injury View the story The role of identity in multi-cultural work with families following brain injury TwitterFacebook Case study The role of identity in multi-cultural work with families following …

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6 October 2021 0 Comments Posted in Uncategorised

Team Around the Client Magazine Edition 5

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Welcome to the fifth edition, and the first digital edition, of our Team Around the Client Magazine. View the story Team Around the Client Magazine Edition 5 TwitterFacebook Welcome to the 5th edition of A note from our Editor Our …

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10 September 2021 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Personal Injury

“It all happened so quickly” – a triathlete’s experience of personal injury

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How Brad Williams’s career was put on hold in an instant, and how we helped him get back on his feet.

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Therapy animals – how they can help after injury

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Tracy Norris-Evans spoke with Poppy Cormack, a client who lives with a brain injury, about how a pair of micro pigs have helped her to cope when things get difficult.

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18 June 2021 0 Comments Posted in Opinion, Personal Injury

When injured by an animal, what are your rights?

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Mark Hambleton explains, with examples of some of our recent cases, how animal accident claims are often very different to other personal injury claims.

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It’s time for the bereavement damages postcode lottery to end – we’re hoping APIL’s latest campaign will help

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Following research by APIL into the postcode lottery of statutory bereavement damages in the United Kingdom, Ali Cloak shares hers and our wider team’s views on the current state of compensation for a bereavement.

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How the experience of stroke inspired a new approach to neuro-rehabilitation

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When Ian Pearce’s father had a stroke in 2017, his life was thrown in a completely new direction. Nothing can prepare you for an injury to a loved one, but the aftermath can be equally difficult. For Ian, though, it proved an inspiration to change the way we approach neuro-rehab.

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