News and events

Recolo is an organisation that thinks widely about neuroscience and neuropsychology and the application of these to the field of neurorehabilitation.


We attend and speak at events around the country, believing that making connections with professionals within the neurorehabilitation community is vital to improving the quality of life of the children and families we work with.

Here you can find details of the events we are holding and attending, and our most recent news.

In addition to staying current with academic research and how it is translated into practical tools for rehabilitation psychology, Recolo also writes and produces its own articles and leaflets. Please see the downloads page for more details.

 

Update your skills in 2018!

DATES FOR 2018 TO BE LAUNCHED SOON! Please check back here for further information.

Measuring what you are managing and thereby, being able to evidence what rehabilitation work and goals are being achieved, is vital for all health professionals working with clients.

To discover more about how you can benefit from training to improve your skills in this area, click below for further information:

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Exciting opportunity to work with Recolo!

We are looking to recruit enthusiastic qualified Clinical Psychologists from across the UK to work with us in our community neuro-rehabilitation service as associates.

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Key book on Rehabilitation of Childhood Brain Injuries

Recolo Directors Jonathan Reed, Katie Byard and Howard Fine are the editors of their latest book, 'Neuropsychological Rehabilitation of Childhood Brain Injury: A Practical Guide.' Read More...

Thank you for attending the Recolo Conference 2016

We had a fantastic event at our Recolo 2016 Conference - 'Improving Child Brain Injury Outcomes: From science to innovation in practice'. Thank you to all who came and watch this space for future Recolo learning events...

To discover more about what was discussed at our conference, click below to see details of speakers and talks:

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