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- £150,000 for the family of a loved one who sadly died following carbon monoxide poisoning Read More
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- In excess of £1million for an amputee army veteran injured in a training exercise Read More
- £1.4 million for a passenger of a vehicle which collided with a tree Read More
BASIC is a not for profit organisation which exists to serve people recovering from acquired brain injury and spinal injury and their families. The charity specialises in centre-based services for people who have undergone treatment for a traumatic head injury, brain haemorrhage, brain tumour, stroke or similar conditions. Their services also help people manage long-term neurological conditions.
Two of our solicitors’, James and Emma, had the privilege of being shown around BASIC’s facility in Salford and to witness the cutting-edge technology in the form of Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN).
BASIC is very fortunate to be able to offer their patients this revolutionary technology to assist with their recovery. This is the only treatment of its kind available to patients in the United Kingdom and it is not currently available in any NHS settings.
For more information, please visit www.basiccharity.org.uk
Dementia is caused by a number of diseases that affect the brain. The most common is Alzheimer’s but also include vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies and Pick’s disease. It is true that more people over 65 have dementia but it is not exclusively an older person’s disease; younger people get dementia too.
We were keen to learn more about dementia, being a condition, many people have in our community. With this in mind our staff have become Dementia Friends, learning about dementia so they can help their community.
For more information, please visit www.dementiafriends.org.uk
Derian House help children and young people, whose lives are too short, to make happy memories in an environment of fun, respect and above all, high quality care.
Derian House provides respite and end-of-life care to more than 400 children and young people across the North West. They do this 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They never close to those who need them.
The ethos is to make sure that every child and young person who comes to Derian is able to make the very most of the time they have.
At Derian the whole family is offered a framework of support; with support for siblings, a grandparents bereavement group, and counselling sessions for families for as long as they need it.
Despite the nature of their work, Derian House is not a sad place; their corridors are full of joy and laughter as they do everything in their power to make sure the children and their families make precious memories together.
Derian House is a charity close to the hearts of one of our member of staff.
For more information, please visit www.derianhouse.co.uk