Neuro Rehabilitation Services

QEF is a leader in acquired brain injury rehabilitation with particular expertise in supporting younger adults. We specialise in combining therapy with vocational programmes.

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Neuro Rehabilitation Services
Brain Injury Centre,
Banstead Place,
Park Road,

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01737 356222


Registered with CQC
Member of INPA

Admission criteria

Information about admission criteria with contact details for enquiries.

Vocational rehabilitation

Specialist interdisciplinary team

Provides brain injury rehabilitation for all cognitive, physical, communication and social difficulties following brain injury and stroke.


Our Brain Injury Centre is a spacious and well equipped building in Banstead, Surrey, surrounded by woodland gardens, lawns and recreation areas.


Residential or non-residential services include intensive neurorehabilitation, vocational rehabilitation and education support. Outreach services available.

Commissioners and referrers

Information for commissioners and referrers with contact details for enquiries.


Outpatient Neurological Physiotherapy

Specialist private assessment and treatment for adults with a wide variety of neurological conditions

Life stories

ILS Life Story


Stuart worked as a computer analyst for a bank and enjoyed skiing. In February 2013 he had a stroke that resulted in severe difficulties moving the right side of his body and dysphasia, a much reduced ability to communicate.

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ILS Life Story


A vicious assault resulted in 26-year old Alfie suffering serious head injuries that left him unable to walk or speak, but now, after intensive neuro rehabilitation at QEF’s Brain Injury Centre he is showing progress.

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ILS Life Story


One month before her 18th Birthday Nicki lost control of her car in heavy rain and collided with a tree. Both her legs were broken, as was her pelvis, and she went into a coma.

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ILS Life Story


Joel was 16 years old, busy studying for his GCSEs when his stroke occured.  he was admitted to hospital, where he underwent urgent surgery.

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ILS Life Story


“Aged 17 I had achieved 13 GCSEs, was studying for A levels and hopeful of a University place. I woke up one morning unable to see, by the afternoon I was on a life support machine.”

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