Nottingham Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre in Hucknall, which offers rehabilitation, care and support to people with brain injuries or other neurological conditions, held an open day to show off the newly refurbished service to the local community on Wednesday 17 January.
The service underwent refurbishment work towards the end of 2023 and the work was completed at the beginning of this year.
Staff, patients, and commissioners attended the open day. The Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council, Councillor John Ogle, also enjoyed coming along to see the service. Some of the patients were proud to give the visitors a tour of the new and improved décor and updated rooms.
The visitors also enjoyed time with a therapy dog, which was the highlight of many peoples’ days.
It was a great opportunity for those in the local area to see the wonderful improvements to the centre, and to find out how these changes will positively impact the community.
Osvaldo Soetsane, Hospital Director at Nottingham Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre, said: “I had a fabulous day showing our commissioners and local councillor our service. More importantly, both commissioners and the local councillor were impressed with the work the service does and recognised the complexity of our client group.
“Definitely the work we have been doing as a team has paid off. The whole team at the service are really proud!”
To view pictures of the recent refurbishment works and for more information on Nottingham Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre, please visit Nottingham | Neurological Rehabilitation | Active Care Group.