supporting brain injury survivors to adapt and adjust to new home and work circumstances

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Employment after brain injury

BITP was established by Dr Raymond Lynch, an employee of Procter & Gamble, who suffered a severe brain injury and wanted to offer hope to other brain injury survivors that some form of recovery was possible through evidential examples.

Through our  Contact  page, you can help add your brain injury recovery story and experiences to our website. Alternatively, use the following link to download a Survivor Form.
 
The information given is intended to be published within the Hope section of our website to give fellow brain injury survivors a sense of hope that some form of recovery is possible following a brain injury. 
 
This aspect of our website comes from my own experience where I thought I was all alone
and had almost given up on any hope of recovery.
(Raymond Lynch, BITP founder)

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Registered Charity Number: 1189715 

bitp.org.uk

Brain Injury Touchpoint does not provide medical advice. The charity website offers a platform for other brain injury survivors to share their experiences, offers information from reliable sources, advice to brain injury survivors and signposts links to other relevant organisations and companies. BITP is grateful for the continuing support of Procter & Gamble but retains a separate identity and is completely independent from Procter & Gamble in its decision making.

Brain Injury Touchpoint (BITP) is a registered charity in England and Wales: Charity number 1189715

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