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The Brain and Spinal Injury Centre otherwise known as BASIC is a charity which provides services and support to those who are recovering from acquired brain injury and spinal injury by providing a range of rehabilitative treatments to assist them and their loved ones. As a charity, they specialise in treatments for those who have suffered a range of brain injuries, including traumatic head injuries, brain haemorrhage, brain tumours and strokes.
Headway is a charity that works to improve the lives of those who have suffered a brain injury. They have a network of over 125 branches located across the UK aimed at offering support and information to both those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries and their loved ones. They also aim to improve awareness of the issues related to brain injury and also provide services and information to professionals in health and legal fields.
Led by a trustee board who have all suffered a spinal cord injury, the Spinal Injuries Association provides those who have suffered a spinal injury with support in the immediate aftermath of their accident as well as throughout the rest of their life. They provide both the injured party and their family with a means to ensure they can live a fulfilled and independent life after their spinal injury.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is a charity dedicated to providing support to those who have suffered a brain injury. They aim to provide the best quality neurobehavioral rehabilitation for people with complex brain injuries and they are committed to finding new and innovative solutions to help treat those who have sustained brain injuries in the UK.
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