QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services, the division of QEF that helps people with acquired brain injuries to recover has launched a new brochure, just as news has been received that the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated the service as 'Good' across all areas.
Comments in the CQC report included:
Team QEF joined Berkeley Homes (Southern Ltd) at the Daytona Go Karting track at Sandown Park for an exciting race to raise funds for Bugzi powered wheelchairs for children with disabilities.
QEF partner charity, MERU is now selling switch adapted toys.
For the past few years, MERU has offered to adapted toys at Christmastime, but this required parents to send in Toys that they had bought themselves. But now, as there was such a huge demand to adapt toys last Christmas, we’ve decided to keep some adapted toys in stock all year round!
These toys can be bought direct from the MERU online shop - click here to visit the shop.
tryb4uFly, a service provided by Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF), will be offering free workshops and information about accessible air travel at the 2017 Mobility Roadshow 1-3 June, NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, stand C21.