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MP demands deadlines in wheelchair provision

News item - Posted on 17/12/2015

17 December 2015 An urgent review should be carried out to ensure people with neuromuscular conditions get rapid access to the ...

Evidence shows need for better spinal injury care, says CSP’s Sue Browning

News item - Posted on 09/07/2015

9 July 2015 There is growing evidence to show that the current pressures on health and social care systems are having a major impact ...

‘One day’ target fails as children wait 50 days for wheelchairs

News item - Posted on 06/07/2015

6 July 2015 Disabled children in England now wait an average of 50 days for a wheelchair, despite a one-day target set by the NHS. ...

Students launch Workout at Work campaign after wheelchair snub

News item - Posted on 16/04/2015

16 April 2015 Physiotherapy students plan to encourage people to use stairs rather than lifts, after one of them was left waiting ...

Physios give evidence to Welsh Assembly members on wheelchairs

News item - Posted on 15/03/2012

15 March 2012 Some adults in Wales wait over a year for assessment for a wheelchair, which is unacceptable, the CSP told a ...

CSP offers guidance for new commissioning agenda

News item - Posted on 15/12/2011

15 December 2011 'Don't worry - but do act!' That's the message to members facing the introduction of any qualified provider (AQP) ...

Physio heads health and wellbeing initiative for people who use wheelchairs

Frontline article - Posted on 01/11/2011

Wheelchair users in Liverpool have been encouraged to improve their health and wellbeing - and lose weight - thanks to an initiative put forward by a physiotherapist. ...

Are you ready for AQP?

Frontline article - Posted on 19/09/2011

The threat to physio services from England’s Any Qualified Provider approach is imminent.  Physios who fail to engage with the AQP agenda do so at their peril, warns the society ...

New provider deal will mean a ‘race to the bottom’ on price, says CSP

Frontline article - Posted on 01/08/2011

Government plans to increase patient choice to community services, by extending competition and allowing services to be provided by any qualified provider, are ‘hugely disappointing’ and ‘potentially very ...

New provider deal will mean a ‘race to the bottom’ on price, says CSP

News item - Posted on 20/07/2011

20 July 2011 Government plans to increase patient choice to community services, by extending competition and allowing services to be ...

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