QEF helps people with complex disabilities to acquire key life skills and greater independence. Our unique transitional service enables people to set and achieve their own goals.
Independent Living Services
QEF Independent Living Services provide an inspiring and supportive environment for young people with complex disabilities, enabling them to develop practical life skills with specialist support from our life coaches.Read More or contact the team
Helping people with disabilities to achieve independent mobility as drivers, passengers, scooter and wheelchair users. The centre also trains driving instructors and professionals.Read More or contact the team
Neuro Rehabilitation Services
The only UK rehabilitation centre offering assessment, intensive neuro-rehabilitation and education for young adults aged 16-35 who have acquired disabilities as a result of brain injury.Read More or contact the team
QEF is a leading disability charity working with people with physical and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries to help them gain new skills and increase independence for life.
QEF offers practical advice, assessment and training to those wishing to drive or increase their mobility using assistive technology, personal mobility vehicles and adapted cars.
QEF is a leader in acquired brain injury rehabilitation, with particular expertise in supporting younger adults. Our Brain Injury Centre specialises in community or residential therapy programmes.
On Thursday 22nd October 2015 we will be holding our annual Ladies Autumn Lunch situated at the wonderful Epsom Downs Racecourse. Enjoy coffee and shopping from 10:00am with a sparkling reception at 12 noon followed by a 2 course lunch, with special guest speaker, Prue Leith.
Our legendary Guinness and Oyster Luncheon, now in its 50th year. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Mansion House, the event will take place on Thursday 26th November (thanksgiving). Tickets will be available for purchase soon.
On Wednesday 16 December 2015, from 7pm we will be holding our annual Christmas Carol Service once again in the splendid surroundings of St John's School, Leatherhead.
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QEF is expanding its reach and now has a shop in Horsell, near Woking! Alex, …
Residents at QEF’s Independent Living Services at Dorincourt have been getting creative and making animated …
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