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
QEF
10 August 2020

TV star and Strictly Come Dancing finalist, Emma Barton, has been announced as Patron of QEF's Survive and Thrive emergency appeal.

Emma, who has lived in the Guildford area for more than 20 years, marked the occasion with a socially distanced visit to the Leatherhead charity’s new Care and Rehabilitation Centre on Saturday 8th August. She was welcomed by staff and several clients; each of whom are relying on QEF’s expert Neuro Rehabilitation Service to help rebuild their lives after an acquired brain injury, stroke or neurological illness.  

wendy
QEF
13 July 2020

QEF’s Neuro Rehabilitation Service (NRS) works closely with the NHS and case managers to provide expert neuro rehabilitation for people with acquired brain injuries, neurological illness, stroke or incomplete spinal injury; enabling people to regain key skills and rebuild their lives. Our multi-disciplinary team of specialist nurses, therapists and support workers provide an integrated service; enabling clients to maximise their independence and build a brighter future.

wendy
QEF
25 June 2020

Saturday 27th June 2020 marks 85 years since Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, then HRH Duchess of York, officially opened an employment training college for people with disabilities at Leatherhead Court, which later became QEF.

wendy
QEF
16 June 2020

QEF has been at the heart of the Surrey community for more than 85 years, but today our expert services are facing an uncertain future due to the impact of COVID-19 on our voluntary income.

With an estimated shortfall in funding of £1million by the end of July, QEF has done everything possible to try and find solutions to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on its services. However, we still need to raise £500,000 by the end of September if we are to continue our vital work providing expert services to adults and children with disabilities or acquired brain injuries.

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