Encouraged by the young people at Huntercombe Stafford, our staff team had great fun producing their own version of the now familiar Baked Potato song! Our young people joined in with the singing and the rainbow artwork. The baked potato song was written and released by Matt Lucas…
Gemma Louise Doyle, now an international singer, returns to Huntercombe Stafford to share her message of inspiration.
Meet Adetutu, a nurse at Huntercombe Hospital Roehampton. She explains what it’s like being a nurse at Huntercombe. See our current vacancies.
Mark and Julia were both patients at Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre (BIRU) in Bristol following a brain injury. In this film they share their stories to offer hope to others that recovery from a brain injury is possible.
Christine came back to share her experience of her time at Huntercombe Maidenhead to give other young people hope that life can be better. She is now studying medicine at university.
Dr Mark Tattersall, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist on our eating disorder service tells us “The thing that stands out for me me when I meet former patients who come back is how they come back in a very different role. They come back as young professionals, as a…
What makes Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre (BIRU) a special place for rehabilitation? Our Medical Director and Hospital Director talk about what is special about the team at BIRU.
Alastair is one of our residents at Moorpark Place where we provide residential care and support for day-to-day living for men and women on the autistic spectrum. This is his story about why he enjoys living at Moorpark.
Meet Lee. Lee had a road traffic accident in 2011 and spent time at Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre (BIRU) for his rehabilitation. The BIRU team and Lee and his family talk about the amazing recovery he made. Lee is now working and getting on with his life.