Posts Categorized: Rehab

Why The Invictus Games Matter

The 2016 Invictus Games are going to take place between 8-12 May. The Games will feature 500 competitors from 15 countries, competing across 10 different accessible sports including athletics, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball and rugby. What Are The Invictus Games? The Invictus Games were an initiative started by Prince Harry. On a trip to the… Read more »

We Need To Revamp Wheelchair Assessments

Brunel University have released the findings into a study about wheelchair assessments for people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The study, which included 91 participants with MS has suggested that a more ‘holistic’ approach to wheelchair assessment. The study is one of the first in the UK to suggest that assessment teams need to look at patients… Read more » and Cerebral Palsy

  Cerebral Palsy is the most common cause of childhood impairment in the UK. 1 in every 400 births in the UK have some sort of Cerebral Palsy. Here at, Cerebral Palsy is pretty close to our hearts. I have spastic quadriplegia and Simon has athetoid quadriplegia, so you know when we talk about… Read more »