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This article was published on May 3rd, 2017
Following on from a very successful Dancing With Neurons seminar at Redford Court, we will be returning this month in a slightly different capacity.
On Tuesday 9th May, we will be supporting BIRT once again by putting our painting skills to the test by painting the centre. We see regularly what an impact centres like Redford Court can have on people’s rehabilitation programme, and we strongly believe that keeping the building fresh and modern will aid that.
The day will also allow us to build upon our existing relationships with the trust as well as be a fantastic way for us to give something back. Keep an eye on our social channels throughout the day as we will be posting progress pictures – if you’re not already following us, you can find us on Facebook and Twitter!
If you have been involved in an accident which has left you with a brain injury, you’re not alone. Thorneycroft Solicitors along with the Disabilities Trust help thousands of people get the support and compensation they deserve following an injury.
To discuss how we can help you, give us a call today on 0800 1979 345. From this initial call, you will be in the safe hands of our professional brain injury solicitor team. The team is highly trained to deal with your injury questions and will ensure they get you the highest level of compensation possible.
Our team will also make sure that you receive the rehabilitation, both physical and social, that you require making this traumatic process as easy as possible for you and your family.
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