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Pioneering Social Enterprise Helps Stroke Survivors Get Back on Track

Pioneering Social Enterprise Helps Stroke Survivors Get Back on Track

Bridges Self-Management Limited is now officially launched as a social enterprise. The organization used to be a program that empowers and rehabilitates stroke survivors.

Rehabilitation expert Dr Fiona Jones led the development of the program to help stroke survivors reintegrate back into society as self-reliant and confident individuals. The concept of the program has already been adopted by healthcare providers across the United Kingdom and as far as  New Zealand.

via New social enterprise set to lead to significant improvements in stroke rehabilitation | Kingston AC UK


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