Flint House is a member of The Specialist Clinical Independent Rehabilitation Network (SCIRN)
Created to exchange and disseminate information, SCIRN is new forum of rehabilitation professionals. Our members come from a range of healthcare charities. We are involved in the treatment of those serving in the 'civilian blue light services', the Armed Services, elite sportsmen & women and finally people requiring specialist neurological rehabilitation.
We exchange and disseminate information on the effectiveness of a range of therapeutic interventions and continually evaluate new techniques and methods. The main focus, at all times, is on the benefit for 'the patient'.
The forum is an arena where specialist rehabilitation organisations can:
• Establish and improve clinical standards
• Share common issues and support each other with problem solving
• Provide peer support and review
• Share, skills, knowledge and information
• Create opportunities for staff and service development
By focussing on each patient's physical, psychological, and environmental needs a well managed rehabilitation program can often reverse many disabling conditions, thus helping patients cope with deficits which cannot be reversed by medical care alone.
Members of the forum include:
Police Treatment Centre, St Andrews, Harrogate, HG2 0AD
Police Treatment Centre, Castlebrae, Auchterader, PH3 1AG
DSMRU, Headley Court, Leatherhead, KT18 6JW
Oaksey House, Lambourn, Berks RG17 8XS
Jack Berry House, Malton, Yorks YO17 7EY
Harcombe House, Chudleigh, TQ13 0DG
Jubiliee House, Penrith, CA10 2BN
Marine Court, Littlehampton, BN17 5NF
Hobbs Rehab, Winchester, SO21 1AR
Hobbs Rehab, Liss, GU33 6JG
Hobbs Rehab, Shepton Mallet, BA4 6NA
Hobbs Rehab, Eastleigh, SO50 7AB