House of Commons debate on acquired brain injury Monday 18 June.

This was a great opportunity to raise awareness of acquired brain injury in parliament and the UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum was keen to ensure the event was well attended.

We were delighted to have John Woodcock MP for Furness, another survivor in parliament discuss honestly what a difficult time people faced after a brain injury

It was excellent too to hear mention of the need for a rehabilitation prescription and need for rehab consultants in all Major Trauma Centres by  MP in the

Many of us watched the live screening of the debate and this comment was made on Twitter by our treasurer Nicola Hughes:

“Feeling quite emotional that the parliamentary debate on is happening right now! Thank you from someone who is quite exhausted due to how irresponsible the current process is! Living is so much more than surviving! Rehab rebuilds a life!

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