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New Consultant of Rehabilitation Medicine leads the way at QEF’s Care and Rehabilitation Centre

Consultant of Rehabilitation Medicine, Dr. Jonathan Mamo, leads the way at QEF's Care and Rehabilitation Centre

QEF offers neurologic music therapy to people with acquired neurological disabilities

From April, neurologic music therapy will be delivered in partnership with CHROMA, the leading arts therapies provider. It will be available alongside physiotherapy, psychology, speech and language therapy, and occupational

Technology-assisted therapy launched at QEF to intensify impact of neuro rehabilitation

Our Care and Rehabilitation Centre near Leatherhead, now offers technology-assisted therapy as part of our neuro rehabilitation and complex neurological care service. Expert therapy and care teams support people to

New and Approved Driving Assessment Service opens to support residents in Hampshire 

QEF has opened a new driving assessment service in Southampton., providing driving assessments for disabled people and those with age related impairments.

New partnership with Stroke Association announced by QEF

QEF launch new partnership with Stroke Association to support Surrey stroke clients

Volunteers plant 250 trees at Surrey charity to benefit people rebuilding lives after brain injury 

Wates Group and The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) celebrated five years in partnership, with a ceremonial tree planting at Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF), attended by the Lord Lieutenant

Life stories



Driving was my ticket to a future of independence and I got so much out of the course with QEF. They gave me with the opportunity to increase my independence and to increase my understanding of my own skills. By passing my (driving) test they helped me to better myself – it was an incredible opportunity.



QEF were so kind and helpful and told me what I could do and especially having a private track, that really helped to build my confidence when I wasn’t ready to drive on the road.  


Craig’s journey towards independence didn’t stop with driving. Craig’s aspiration to fly again prompted him to explore QEF’s Tryb4uFly service as well. Our emphasis on individual needs and support options helped to alleviate a lot of his anxiety related to flying as a disabled person.


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