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Nov 7 2019
OT Week 2019 “Small Change, Big Imapact”
The 4 – 8 October 2019 was the Royal College of Occupational Therapist’s OT Week. We enjoyed taking the time to look closely at the brilliant work of our OT’s, and of course celebrating their achievements in the office. During OT Week 2019 we joined in the “Small Change, Big Impact” Campaign, […]
Oct 4 2019
A Chance for Life Ltd. Business of the Year 2019
We were shortlisted for Business of the Year in June 2019, alongside Laura J Entertainment and Thea’s Lakeland Walks. Nominations were collected by the Penrith Chamber of Trade of Commerce, with shortlisting based upon both the number of nominations, and the reasons for nominations. On Friday 4 October 2019, a small […]
Sep 20 2019
NABIF Conference 20 September 2019
The Northern Acquired Brain Injury Forum are a group of individuals and organisations with a keen interest in, and vast experience of, acquired brain injuries. Louise Chance hosted this year’s NABIF Conference on Friday 20 September 2019, between 12pm and 2pm at Sunbeams Music Centre, Stoller House, Redhills, Penrith, CA11 0DT. Sara Fisher successfully […]