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We are passionate about neurological rehabilitation, our resources page has been designed to help us share our collective wisdom to influence and educate people and to spark moments of inspiration and points of discussion.

If you are interested in, or have been affected by brain injury, if you love occupational therapy or anything neurological you are very welcome… come on in and join us!

2022 Head First conference Krysalis competition winner

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2022 Head First conference Krysalis competition winner
We are delighted to announce the winner of our AirPods competition following our sponsorship of the recent Head First conference in Londons Pullman Hotel.

2022 Action for Brain Injury Week appeal, ‘See the hidden me’

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2022 Action for Brain Injury Week appeal, ‘See the hidden me’
12 of the written ways we show that we do! 

Krysalis sponsors the 2022 Head First conference - ‘Whose Life is it anyway?’

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Krysalis sponsors the 2022 Head First conference - ‘Whose Life is it anyway?’
We are delighted (again!) to be headline sponsors of this popular event - the biggest one-day brain injury conference hosted by Head First, specialists in brain injury assessment, rehabilitation, and case management.

Hidden Disability, Hidden Ability

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Hidden Disability, Hidden Ability
Have you stopped to think about what you have done today? Many of us will take for granted the efforts our body and brain go through to make sure we achieve the tasks we set out to do.

Getting your mojo back after brain injury

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Getting your mojo back after brain injury
2022 and A New Heart and Dreams - Part 3: Getting your Mojo Back.

Neuro OT in action - Pervasive Developmental Disorders

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Neuro OT in action - Pervasive Developmental Disorders
In the wake of World Autism Day this month, we look at the many ways our neuro OTs are supporting people living with Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDDs).

Is it easy to take part in the UK Government’s biggest survey of brain injury support services?

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Is it easy to take part in the UK Government’s biggest survey of brain injury support services?
How easy is it for brain injury survivors to take part in GOV.UK’s biggest ever survey of their support needs? Here’s what happens if they try…

Focusing on the essentials after brain injury

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Focusing on the essentials after brain injury
You can see steppingstones crossing a river of recovery from brain injury, but what do you need to help speed you to the other side?

Five tell-tale signs that you’re an OT geek

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Five tell-tale signs that you’re an OT geek
Are you an occupational therapy geek?

Falling asleep in front of the Queen and other wake-up calls

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Falling asleep in front of the Queen and other wake-up calls
The surprise survivors’ stories spurring the roll-out of our new service, Neuro Logical.

Neuro occupational therapy: supporting autistic people.

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Neuro occupational therapy: supporting autistic people.
As a UK study of autistic people is paused for an ethics probe, we look at the role of neuro OTs in supporting the autism community. 

Magic numbers: keeping password records secret, yet accessible.

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Magic numbers: keeping password records secret, yet accessible.
Magic Numbers: a brain injury survivor’s expert IT guide to keeping online password records secret, yet accessible.

Turning wounds into wisdom after brain injury

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Turning wounds into wisdom after brain injury
Follow Krysalis blogger, Anne Ricketts as she starts to unravel more brain injury mysteries in her new series offering lived experience insights to other survivors.

Tracking the 12 million

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Tracking the 12 million
Why Britons with neuro conditions are needed now more than ever in the fight for better healthcare.
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