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    High-quality efficient service

    I have used IRS for occupational therapy intervention for around 10 years as I have found they provide a high-quality efficient service. They are proactive in their approach to rehabilitation and have extensive knowledge of brain injury. They quickly gain a rapport with clients and solicitors and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them. Kirsty Dickinson Green Owl Therapy

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    Warm, kind and extremely knowledgeable

    Whilst working as a Case Manager for a client with brain and spinal injures, Birgit joined us to provide OT support for my client. The client was complex, and had lots of peripheral problems associated with both her injuries, and with pre-injury issues. Birgit quickly found exactly the perfect way to interact with the client and, in turn, get the […]

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    Birgit goes the extra mile

    I am incredibly pleased to endorse Birgit. As a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, I worked alongside Birgit for just under a decade, whilst she was in the roles of Specialist Neurological Occupational Therapist or Case Manager. Birgit brings clinical knowledge and expertise to any team. She is a well rounded professional with a substantial array of experience when supporting individuals who […]

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    Client-focused approach

    I have enjoyed working with Birgit for the past couple of years. She is one of the most industrious and effective professionals I have come across. Her clinical knowledge and diverse experience, combined with her approachability, unwavering commitment and client-focused approach, are particularly impressive.  I would not hesitate to recommend her as an occupational therapist or case manager.

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    Invaluable

    I first met Angela Gordon in February 2018 when I was in the relatively early stages of recovery from a severe Subarachnoid Haemorrhage (SAH) which occurred in November 2017.  I subsequently developed Hydrocephalus which required a Ventriculoperitoneal (VP) Shunt insertion in March 2019 which was revised by further surgery in November 2019. Notwithstanding the physical challenges of recovering from the […]

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