Fresh Thinking

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!

Mobility matchmaking – Part 5: Scooterpac’s Cabin Car Mk 2

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Mobility matchmaking – Part 5: Scooterpac’s Cabin Car Mk 2
In part 5 of our Mobility Matchmaking wheelchair and mobility scooter series, meet Scooterpac’s Cabin Car Mk 2

Occupational Therapy Week 2023

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Occupational Therapy Week 2023
Own your superpower. Occupations are at the core of occupational therapy

RCOT in plea to remember OTs in NHS Long Term Workforce Plan

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RCOT in plea to remember OTs in NHS Long Term Workforce Plan
Leaders at the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) have been left bewildered and disappointed by the recently revealed NHS Long-Term Workforce Plan - but why?

UKABIF Awards 2023: What does it take to win? 

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UKABIF Awards 2023: What does it take to win? 
Have you got what it takes to win one of the highest accolades in the UK’s acquired brain injury (ABI) sector? 

World Alzheimer’s Month 2023

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World Alzheimer’s Month 2023
Defying dementia with magical mushrooms, new drugs, and neuro occupational therapy. 

Mobility matchmaking – Part 4: Permobil M Corpus ® VS

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Mobility matchmaking – Part 4: Permobil M Corpus ® VS
Which 2023 wheelchair or mobility scooter would you choose to chum up with?

Mobility hub unravels travel knots in England for disabled people

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Mobility hub unravels travel knots in England for disabled people
Occupational Therapists are driving home a new hub that makes travelling around England much easier for people living with mobility and other neuro challenges. 

The mystery of mindfulness

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The mystery of mindfulness
At Cambridge University, researchers have been trying to work out a mystery surrounding a centuries-old well-being practice. 

Back-to-front brain discovery re-routes verbal communication rehabilitation

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Back-to-front brain discovery re-routes verbal communication rehabilitation
Findings by American neuroscientists have upended a century-old belief about where the brain’s dictionary of verbal language is located.

Mobility matchmaking – Part 3: Revolve Air

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Mobility matchmaking – Part 3: Revolve Air
The design choice in wheelchairs and mobility scooters is growing globally [1], which is excellent news for users and those who support them.  But what should you be looking for in your new mobile buddy who may be accompanying you for years to come?

What’s On in 2023 - updated!

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What’s On in 2023 - updated!
A guide to this years key events in occupational therapy, brain injury and neurorehabilitation

UKABIF nice as ‘PPIE’ as researchers cook up a storm in the UK’s new £9.5m TBI research pot. 

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UKABIF nice as ‘PPIE’ as researchers cook up a storm in the UK’s new £9.5m TBI research pot. 
The drive to improve the lives of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) has shifted up a gear with the launch of a £9.5 million UK-wide research hub. 

2023 RCOT Conference - Cool off with an archive dive

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2023 RCOT Conference - Cool off with an archive dive
Have the hot summer themes of the 2023 RCOT Conference triggered the occupational therapy explorer in you?

Mobility matchmaking – Part 2: The Centaur 

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Mobility matchmaking – Part 2: The Centaur 
Which 2023 wheelchair or mobility scooter would you choose to chum up with?  

Parkinson’s disease: Time-travelling treatment trials and a 66-mile charity challenge

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Parkinson’s disease: Time-travelling treatment trials and a 66-mile charity challenge
Parkinson’s disease is the fastest-growing neurological disease in the world and the second most common neurodegenerative condition after Alzheimer’s disease.
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