QEF provides a unique level of support to disabled people through our connected, expert services. We treat each person as an individual and draw on expertise from our different services to maximise someone's mobility, key life skills and independence. 

Clients at our Care and Rehabilitation Centre and residents at our Independent Living Service benefit from our wheelchair passport scheme, provided by occupational therapists at our Mobility Service; helping them to be more mobile and comfortable and highlighting any alternative equipment requirements.

Accredited MIDAS trainers also provide training to Care and Support Workers across QEF, so staff can safely and legally drive clients in wheelchair accessible vehicles, increasing the safety of service users. This training is also available to other care organisations on request.

Latest news for health professionals: 

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Apr 2022 - watch our interactive virtual tour / Minister for Accessibility visits QEF
Feb 2022 - free mobility assessments / expert respite care
Dec 2021 - Accessible technology wins international awards / Psychology in neuro rehabilitation
Sep 2021 - Specialist neuro rehabilitation to rebuild lives 
Jul 2021 - HRH The Countess of Wessex opens QEF's Care and Rehabilitation Centre 
Apr 2021 - Maximising mobility with driving lessons and Bugzi wheelchairs for children
Mar 2021 - An Audience with Professor Stephen Powis and Dr. Yvonne Doyle
Jan 2021 - How to be person centred during a pandemic / An Audience with Professor Alexander Leff 

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Watch our Audience With... series of virtual events with expert guest speakers and QEF specialists, discussing the latest developments in neuro rehabilitation therapies. 

Our Services

QEF Care and Rehabilitation Centre

Person-centred neuro rehabilitation and specialist care following an acquired brain injury, stroke, neurological illness or incomplete spinal injury, in a new £15 million centre in Surrey.
The service was recently rated as GOOD by the CQC in its first inspection since opening at the height of the pandemic. We've worked with 17 NHS CCG's across the South East, providing specialist community rehabilitation and supporting people to rebuild their lives.  

Our residential service is provided by a multi-disciplinary team of neuro rehabilitation therapists and specialist nursing and care staff, supported by a medical consultant and GP. 

Admission Criteria: We accept clients with agreed funding who meet the following criteria:
- Males and females with Acquired Brain Injury, neurological illness, stroke or incomplete spinal injury 
- Aged from 18+
- Medically stable
- Have the potential to benefit from and the ability to participate in rehabilitation programmes 

Watch our interactive virtual tour and meet the team at our Care and Rehabilitation Centre.

You can also download our Client Journey flowchart and our referral form

QEF has exemplified how organisations have stepped up throughout the (pandemic) period, providing care and rehabilitation to patients who’ve suffered strokes or seizures or other brain injuries." 
Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director, NHS England March 2021

We currently have availability. Please contact us at neurorehab@qef.org.uk or call us on 01372 841 111 to discuss how we can support your patients/clients

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QEF Independent Living Services at Dorincourt

Residential care for adults with complex physical disabilities and learning disabilities. Dorincourt is a friendly and social community with different styles of accommodation available depending on each persons’ needs. Each person is supported with bespoke personal care and a programme of daily activities to develop key life skills and help people achieve their potential.

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QEF Mobility Services

One the UK's top 3 providers of mobility advice and support for people with disabilities and age-related impairments. We provide a wide range of services focused on helping people of all ages become mobile and independent. We work closely with the DfT and complete around 1,200 mobility and driving assessments each year, along with advice and training with adaptations to ensure maximum mobility.  Mobility equipment is also available for loan or hire, including Bugzi, the mini powered wheelchair for children from our partner charity MERU..

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The Grange (2016) Ltd

Providing residential care and support for up to 25 people with learning disabilities in a range of residential and supported living settings in Kent. 

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