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A welcome in the hillside
Staff at an impressive mansion in East Lothian provide much-needed therapy for people with neurological conditions, as Graham Clews discovered.
On a mission
Using jargon can often get in the way of understanding what we’re really trying to achieve, admits Karen Middleton.
Work issues: batting for you
Gary Henson looks at the support the CSP can give if you’re treated unfairly at work.
Dyslexia: breaking down the barriers
One person in 10 has dyslexia. Nina Paterson suggests ways in which they can be supported in the workplace.
3 minutes with Nathan Humphries
Let’s work together.
Physio findings: can prehabilitation reduce surgery risks?
In our latest editon of physio findings, Janet Wright along with CSP research adviser Katherine Jones looks at if prehabilitations can reduce surge
We need a new era for stroke services
Much needs to be done to improve stroke care. David Bridson puts the case for a new national strategy in England.
Advice line: the CSP is changing its ePortfolio provider
The CSP is changing its ePortfolio provider, as Nina Paterson explains.
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