QEF MOBILITY CENTRE USERS

please note both phone lines and email for QEF Mobility Centre are currently not working due to external technical issues.

Please do not leave a voice mail as we will not be able to access it. We expect to be able to answer calls tomorrow (Friday 8th March).

For general information on our mobility services please visit www.qef.org.uk/mobility 

wendy
22 February 2021

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.

wendy
08 February 2021

QEF has hosted a series of virtual events since December 2020 with expert guest speakers and QEF specialists, discussing the latest developments in neuro rehabilitation and how COVID-19 has impacted the delivery of holistic, person-centred therapy and care.   

Listen to Katy Swann, QEF physiotherapist and Rhianna Brien, QEF Assistant Psychologist, talk about solutions to delivering multi disciplinary, person-centred care during the pandemic. This content was delivered as part of the Neuro Education Clinic webisode 'Rehabilitation in the wake of COVID-19' on 29th January 2021. 

wendy
15 December 2020

Staff at the Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) and residents from the charity’s Independent Living Service (ILS) have shown it really is the season of goodwill by supporting another local charity this December. They put together a special Christmas Care Package for Renewed Hope in Redhill, made up of food and household items they have donated themselves.

wendy
02 December 2020

The focus of this year's International Day of People with Disabilities is ‘not all disabilities are visible', shining a light on hidden disabilities. Dr. Holly Hurn, QEF’s Clinical Psychologist, talks about the hidden disabilities that can result from an acquired brain injury (ABI) and how important it is that there is greater awareness to support people trying to cope after such a traumatic life event.  

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