News

Krysalis is a friendly team of people who celebrate innovation, experiment with new ideas and use evidence-based approaches. We are a bunch of award-winning neuro OTs who have a passion for the work we do. Keep up to date on our exciting news, developments and press releases here.

World voice day 2021 and 9 online disability inclusive choirs

on Wednesday, 14 April 2021. Posted in News, Blog

World voice day 2021 and 9 online disability inclusive choirs
Let’s hear it on World Voice Day for the 9 online choirs keeping life upbeat for music lovers with brain injuries and other disabilities. 

The RCOT’s new chief needs OT input to help him achieve his first goal!

on Thursday, 08 April 2021. Posted in News

The RCOT’s new chief needs OT input to help him achieve his first goal!
Steve Ford has only been in his new job with the Royal College of Occupational Therapists for one day - and already he’s in the swing of setting goals in the true spirit of occupational therapy.

NeuroLifeNow reveals the latest lived experiences of neurorehabilitation during the covid pandemic.

on Thursday, 01 April 2021. Posted in News

NeuroLifeNow reveals the latest lived experiences of neurorehabilitation during the covid pandemic.
Which covid service provision is popular among people with neurological disorders? And which health profession are they heaping with praise during the pandemic?

What’s on in April 2021? Occupational therapy, brain injury and neurorehabilitation events.

on Thursday, 25 March 2021. Posted in News

What’s on in April 2021? Occupational therapy, brain injury and neurorehabilitation events.
We’ve rounded up some of the main events on offer this month for anyone interested in occupational therapy, brain injury and neurorehabilitation – as a service provider or user! 

New All-Party Parliamentary Group inquiry : We must make use of Occupational Therapists when assessing homes for people living with dementia

on Wednesday, 17 February 2021. Posted in News

New All-Party Parliamentary Group inquiry : We must make use of Occupational Therapists when assessing homes for people living with dementia
The expertise of occupational therapists in assessing and addressing an individual’s ability to live independently in their own home should form a key part of housing assessments linked to a dementia diagnosis.

Brain and Spine Foundation CEO Marc Smith on NeuroLifeNow app

on Tuesday, 16 February 2021. Posted in News, Blog

Brain and Spine Foundation CEO Marc Smith on NeuroLifeNow app
An app for happier outcomes after brain injury? How NeuroLifeNow aims to bring real-time change to neurorehabilitation provision in the UK. 

MP Chris Bryant calls on the Government to ease the pain of families affected by brain injury during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

on Wednesday, 25 November 2020. Posted in News, Blog

MP Chris Bryant calls on the Government to ease the pain of families affected by brain injury during the Covid-19 pandemic. 
Rhonnda MP Chris Bryant spiced up the Commons with what he wants - what he “really, really wants” - to ease the “phenomenal” pain of families affected by brain injury during the Covid-19 pandemic

UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum Time for Change Conference Showcases Beacons of Hope

on Wednesday, 25 November 2020. Posted in News, Blog

UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum Time for Change Conference Showcases Beacons of Hope
14 beacons of hope in neurorehabilitation since the UK’s Acquired Brain Injury Forum launched its Time for Change campaign. 

Road Safety Week 2020 - Mobility Scooters and Rules of the Road

on Monday, 16 November 2020. Posted in News, Fresh Thinking, Blog

Road Safety Week 2020 - Mobility Scooters and Rules of the Road
From the hilarious to the horrifying, here are 20 reminders in Road Safety Week 2020 of the rules of riding mobility scooters on the road.

The Krysalis OT80 (2020) Celebrating Occupational Therapy

on Tuesday, 20 October 2020. Posted in News, Fresh Thinking, Blog

The Krysalis OT80 (2020) Celebrating Occupational Therapy
Eighty inspirational ways around the world in which occupational therapy (OT) has advanced or influenced brain injury rehabilitation.

Occupational therapists lead an urgent global search for ‘long COVID’ rehabilitation evidence.

on Thursday, 17 September 2020. Posted in News, Blog

Occupational therapists lead an urgent global search for ‘long COVID’ rehabilitation evidence.
The World Federation of Occupational Therapists has linked arms with global researchers in an urgent hunt for evidence of effective rehabilitation of ‘long Covid’ sufferers.

RCOT publish: Retaining the essence of occupation remotely.

on Friday, 29 May 2020. Posted in News, Blog

RCOT publish: Retaining the essence of occupation remotely.
This article, written by our clinical director and one of our clinical managers is published in the June edition of the RCOT’s magazine, OT News.

The WFOT warns of an upcoming surge in demand for rehabilitation services

on Thursday, 28 May 2020. Posted in News

The WFOT warns of an upcoming surge in demand for rehabilitation services
The World Federation of Occupational Therapy (WFOT) is warning of a demand surge for rehabilitation services for Covid-19 survivors.

New UK forum to draw up Covid-19 safety advice for people with a brain injury

on Tuesday, 07 April 2020. Posted in News

New UK forum to draw up Covid-19 safety advice for people with a brain injury
The Neurological Alliance and the Brain and Spine Foundation have jointly launched the Neuro COVID-19 Response Forum in a bid to create a cohesive approach to protecting people with neurological conditions during the pandemic.
[12 3  >>  

Categories

Subscribe to our mailing list

We promise not to bombard you with too much information!

Speak to an expert

Call today on 01722 466117