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We provide a unique level of support to disabled people through our connected, expert services

QEF's unique combination of expert services mean that we can support each person to maximise their independence and achieve their potential.

QEF’s Care and Rehabilitation Centre is a specialist Level 2B Community Neuro Rehabilitation Centre with capacity for up to 48 resident clients. We support people to rebuild core skills after an acquired brain injury, incomplete spinal injury, stroke or neurological illness. We also provide complex neurological care and support people needing non-neuro rehabilitation.

QEF’s Mobility Services enable people to maximise their independent mobility through driving lessons and assessments, mobility equipment advice and Tryb4uFly assessments. And MERU, part of the QEF group, provide bespoke assistive equipment as well as mini powered wheelchairs for disabled children called Bugzi.

All QEF clients benefit from our cross service expertise such as the wheelchair ‘passport’ scheme; helping residential clients to travel in their wheelchair with greater comfort and knowledge of their chair’s requirements and highlighting any alternative equipment. Accredited MIDAS trainers also upskill Care and Support Workers, so clients can be safely and legally driven in wheelchair-accessible vehicles.  This training is also available to other care organisations on request.

Watch our Audience With… series of virtual events with expert guest speakers and QEF specialists, discussing the latest developments in neuro rehabilitation therapies.

Our Services

Care and Rehabilitation Centre

Person-centred neuro rehabilitation and specialist care following an acquired brain injury, stroke, neurological illness or incomplete spinal injury, in a new £15 million centre in Surrey.
The service is rated as GOOD by the CQC in its first inspection since opening at the height of the pandemic. We’ve worked with 17 NHS CCG’s across the South East, providing specialist community rehabilitation and supporting people to rebuild their lives.

Our residential service is provided by a multi-disciplinary team of neuro rehabilitation therapists and specialist nursing and care staff, supported by a medical consultant and GP.

QEF has exemplified how organisations have stepped up throughout the (pandemic) period, providing care and rehabilitation to patients who’ve suffered strokes or seizures or other brain injuries.”
Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director, NHS England, March 2021

Watch an interactive tour of QEF’s Care and Rehabilitation Centre (CRC).  Click on the links to see different rooms and meet our therapy, nursing and care teams.

We currently have availability. Please contact us at or call us on 01372 841 111 to discuss how we can support your patients/clients. Download our Client Journey flowchart and our referral form  

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QEF Independent Living Services at Dorincourt

Residential care for adults with complex physical disabilities and learning disabilities. Dorincourt is a friendly and social community with different styles of accommodation available depending on each persons’ needs. Each person is supported with bespoke personal care and a programme of daily activities to develop key life skills and help people achieve their potential.

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QEF Mobility Services

One the UK’s top 3 providers of mobility advice and support for people with disabilities and age-related impairments. We provide a wide range of services focused on helping people of all ages become mobile and independent. We work closely with the DfT and complete around 1,200 mobility and driving assessments each year, along with advice and training with adaptations to ensure maximum mobility.  Mobility equipment is also available for loan or hire, including Bugzi, the mini powered wheelchair for children from our partner charity MERU.

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The Grange (2016) Ltd

Providing residential care and support for up to 25 people with learning disabilities in a range of residential and supported living settings in Kent.

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Latest news for health professionals:

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Feb 2024 – Stroke Rehabilitation and New Mobility Services
Nov 2023 – Bespoke music-based therapy and pilot spinal injury mobility clinic
July 2023 – Meet our Head of Clinical services / New partnership with the Stroke Association
Feb 2023 – Accessible Aviation courses for health and travel professionals / Bugzi powered wheelchairs for children
Dec 2022 – Learning to walk again after a spinal injury / Accessible technology for wheelchairs
Sept 2022 – Care and Rehabilitation Centre Open Morning / Edwina walks again after inflammation of the spinal cord
Apr 2022 – watch our interactive virtual tour / Minister for Accessibility visits QEF
Feb 2022 – free mobility assessments / expert respite care
Dec 2021 – Accessible technology wins international awards / Psychology in neuro rehabilitation
Sep 2021 – Specialist neuro rehabilitation to rebuild lives 
Jul 2021 – HRH The Countess of Wessex opens QEF’s Care and Rehabilitation Centre
Apr 2021 – Maximising mobility with driving lessons and Bugzi wheelchairs for children
Mar 2021 – An Audience with Professor Stephen Powis and Dr. Yvonne Doyle
Jan 2021 – How to be person centred during a pandemic / An Audience with Professor Alexander Leff

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Watch our Audience With… series of virtual events with expert guest speakers and QEF specialists, discussing the latest developments in neuro rehabilitation therapies.

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“My biggest achievement at QEF is being able to walk again and do my best with what energies I have in my hand and foot. I’m very thankful to God that he sent me straight here after 10 days in hospital”
Care and Rehabilitation Centre Client
"Being able to drive has changed my life! Now I can get the kids to school on time, there’s no stress and I don’t have to argue with anyone on the bus"
Mobility Services Client
"The whole team have done so well and they have also supported the families every day. I am eternally grateful for the way they have kept Grant safe and happy during this awful pandemic. It's a lovely family there."
Family of Independent Living Services Resident

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