Manchester Evening News Covers Children's VR Rehab 

Children injured in the Manchester Attack could be helped by state of the art VR rehabilitation equipment. 

As you may know, BASIC has recently launched a children's virtual reality rehabilitation programme, partially supported by Children in Need. This programme will allow children to access state of the art rehabilitation that can help after injuries like traumatic head injuries, blast injuries, as well as neurological injuries. 

The centre will be closed on the March 15th for an open day so that children and their families can visit and see the equipment for themselves. You can call in between 10am and 3pm

Childrens Open Day

To find out more about children's virtual reality rehabilitation programme please download our handy leaflet. Click here to download. 

To read more about our services and to catch up on the MEN piece please visit their website: https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/vr-rehabilitation-children-manchester-arena-14221230