Fighting inequality

The health inequality issues facing adults with a learning disability make for stark reading, Catherine Turnbull investigates and talks with SRR Council member Ingrid Wilkinson Hart. [read more]

Rehabilitation Matters

This is a new website to help better understand rehabilitation, to improve the practice of rehabilitation, to disseminate research and other information relevant to rehabilitation, and to increase access to good rehabilitation for all patients. [read more]

Tribute to Dr Peter Tun

We at the SRR were saddened to read the news that Dr Peter Tun, one of our members, departed this world in April of this year (2020). We are thrilled to read of his posthumous RCP Fellowship. [read more]

Rehabilitation research, practice and education the era of COVID-19’

This year’s SRR annual conference, jointly hosted, virtually, with the BSRM and ACPPLD Tuesday 10th & Wednesday 11th November 2020 Abstract submission closing date 4 October 2020 12 midnight [read more]

Physical activity and fitness for people with learning disabilities

Webinar on Wednesday 22nd July 2020, 4pm - 5.30pm Dr. Thessa Hilgenkamp Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy Department, University of Nevada, USA [read more]

Health and Social Care Select Committee Inquiry

This is a joint response submitted by 22 professional bodies and charities [read more]

‘Community Rehab Alliance’ partnership with SRR

Community Rehabilitation Alliance: proposed basic operating principles [read more]

COVID19 - rehabilitation recommendations, guidelines and tips

One this page you will find various resources and links that we hope you will find helpful in your work support the rehabilitation needs of people after the acute phase of COVID 19 [read more]

Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) – updated in Response to Covid-19 (April 14 2020)

Covid-19 has radically shifted priorities for everyone in the UK & across the world. Thank you for your continued support of the Stroke PSP & reassure you that we are continually assessing how the project will need to adapt to the change in response. [read more]

Congratulations to the 2019 Verna Wright Winners

Kris McGill and Kathryn VandenBerg both from Glasgow Caledonian University who presented at the Nottingham meeting in Feb 2019 [read more]