QEF's accessible technology, supporting inclusion and independence after an acquired brain injury, wins international awards
The innovative use of accessible technology at QEF's Care and Rehabilitation Centre in Surrey, has won 2 international CEDIA awards through technology solutions partner Imperium Building Systems Ltd.
QEF held an insightful Audience With.... Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director of NHS England and Dr. Yvonne Doyle, Medical Director and Director of Health Protection for Public Health England on the one year anniversary of the first national lockdown in the UK.
They were joined by QEF’s Director of Operations, Rita Asamoah, who talked about how QEF has worked in partnership with the NHS to support people directly out of hospital throughout the pandemic and opened the new Care and Rehabilitation Centre despite the challenges of COVID.
TV star, Tamzin Outhwaite is patron of QEF's 'Edward Guinness Appeal' which is raising £2.7m towards the development of the Care and Rehabilitation Centre (CRC); providing life-changing neuro rehabilitation for hundreds of people a year after a stroke or acquired brain injury.
The appeal which is being led by long standing supporter and former QEF Trustee, Edward Guinness CVO, was launched at the end of 2019 and has raised just over £700,000 already, with the aim of raising an additional £2m over the next two years.