We would like to announce that we have welcomed Karen Deacon as QEF’s new chief executive.
Karen joins QEF from the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) where she has been director of adult social care. She has previously worked at Young Epilepsy following a career in the NHS and is a nurse by background.
Early in 2017 we are holding three practical events across the UK to support disabled people who are considering travelling by air.
The day is suitable for individual travellers and parents of disabled children who are considering flying together with health care and support professionals who want to guide their service users.
We are pleased to announce that we now offer specialist outpatient assessment and treatments for adults with a wide variety of neurological conditions including:
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) is pleased to announce that ground has been broken on an ambitious new development at its site on Woodlands Road, Leatherhead.
This comes soon after contracts were exchanged with Berkeley Homes (Southern) Ltd over the sale of land on the site to be used for housing.