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Brain rehab patient’s charity ball raises £13,000 for Livability Icanho

Stroke survivor and Suffolk resident Maria Black will present Livability Icanho with a cheque for £13,000 in thanks for the expert brain injury rehab she received at the Stowmarket brain injury rehabilitation centre. Twenty months after a severe stroke, Maria – known as Mazza – with husband William, a retired farmer, organised their One Step […]

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Ian’s virtual 1,000-mile cycle

Bury St Edmunds resident Ian Payne has set off on a virtual 1000-mile cycle, raising money for Stowmarket acquired brain injury rehabilitation centre Livability Icanho. Ian, who lives with brain injury after falling from a roof, is using a specially adapted therapy bike for what he is dubbing his UK Top to Toe Challenge. Ian […]

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My brilliant life after brain injury: Trisha’s story

‘I was such a mess! In my head I was scared, worried, and I had no money. Life was just dreadful.’ So says Suffolk resident Trisha, speaking about the days and weeks after she was knocked off her bike, sustaining a head injury. ‘I was cycling to a client’s and it’s the only time I […]

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From stroke to success: giving back to Livability Icanho

Last week, 24 January, Bob Power presented a £1,000 cheque for his gratitude to Livability Icanho, our brain injury rehabilitation centre in Suffolk. The money was raised by Bob’s fitness company, Next Level Fitness, which he founded after receiving life-changing treatment and therapy at Livability Icanho, following a debilitating stroke, which enabled him to regain […]

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Me, my family and brain injury

Livabilty Icanho’s skilled support means there is hope for the Glass family after dad Tony’s stroke When Tony arrived at Livability Icanho, he was not in a good place physically or mentally.  Tall and strongly built, with a young family, Tony was struggling to cope with the disabilities caused by a stroke six months earlier […]

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UK’s first Vector Body Weight Support System used for brain injury

This week, Livability Icanho welcomed Her Royal Highness Princess Anne and special guests to the official launch of a specialist piece of rehabilitation equipment. Livability Icanho have enhanced their rehabilitation provision, with the first Vector Body Weight Support System in the UK specifically for use by people with acquired brain injury/stroke. The new equipment not […]

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