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This week we are celebrating our Managing Director, Remi Katsande’s, 10-year anniversary at Peartree House.

Remi is a highly qualified healthcare professional with many years’ experience of ... See more

1 day ago

James Horsburgh, Senior Physiotherapist at Peartree, is currently completing his Basic Bobath Course. The Bobath concept is a problem solving approach to those with neurological impairments following ... See more

1 week ago

A big welcome to our Phystiotherapy students joining us from the Universities of Southampton and Winchester for their placements. Also a big welcome to our Itchen College Health and Social care ... See more

1 week ago

We are excited to have concluded plans to take student nurses from Bournemouth University with the first placements in February 2020.

This amazing opportunity will help develop the next generation ... See more

2 weeks ago
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Today is the day we are holding our #CBITGloWeek cake sale.

Our staff will be raising money for the Child Brain Injury Trust with an amazing cake sale and dying t-shirts in bright and bold colours ... See more

2 weeks ago

We are pleased to be raising awareness of GloWeek to help highlight road safety across the UK.

#GloWeek Campaign is about 'being seen not hurt'. Many of our clients at Peartree House have sustained ... See more

2 weeks ago

Nurse and Rehab Support Workers play a vital role alongside therapists in providing excellent MDT based neurorehabilitation and complex care.

To enhance skills, we are pleased to have completed a ... See more

3 weeks ago

We were thrilled to give Robin a big sent off when he was discharged after 3 months of intensive rehabilitation at Peartree House.

As a special thank you to the staff at Peartree who helped with his ... See more

3 weeks ago

We have learned that military veterans with certain mental health conditions have an increased risk of stroke. This is according to a US study stating depression, psychosis and bipolar disorder ... See more

1 month ago

Evidence is mounting towards outdoor activity being an effective tool for recovery from traumatic brain injury (TBI). Some with TBI experience depression, psychomotor slowness and ... See more

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