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Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
a national medical charity
020 8780 4500

About us

There is something very different about the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. We don’t just treat people with profound disabilities, we care for them as individuals, creating care plans that resonate with them on a personal level, and offering practical and emotional support to them and their families every step of their journey.

How we help


Our team of specialists work together, combining their diverse expertise to bring a unique level of care to each person who comes to stay with us. And it’s this personal care that really makes the difference.


 We get to know the person beyond the disability, taking time to understand their likes and dislikes so that we can create a wholly holistic care plan that incorporates life-changing technologies and balances traditional care with specialist therapies based around their own interests as well as their needs.


 And, because our specialists all work under the same roof, we can offer this exceptional level of care with minimal disruption to our patients.


Through our work, we have become recognised as one of the most respected neuro-disability hospitals in the world. Click here to discover more about the services we offer.


 In our work helping people with neuro-disabilities, we provide:


Long Term Care For those with progressive neurological conditions such as Huntington’s Disease and MS, people with an acquired brain injury who need round-the-clock care, including those in vegetative or semi conscious states, and for younger disabled people.


Rehabilitation Treating people who have become disabled following a brain injury, and helping those who are looking to live at home to prepare for the transition.


Research Our academic arm - the Institute of Neuropalliative Rehabilitation – researches and informs clinical development shares knowledge with medical professionals and academics around the world, and provides families, professionals and policy-makers with specific clinical information.


Training and Education Specialist courses, lectures, seminars, conferences and career days for medical professionals and volunteers.


Brain Injury Family Support Group

Your chance to meet other families and carers in an informal setting and share experiences over a cup of tea.


Support groups are a place for people to give and receive both emotional and practical support. Our group offers an opportunity for people to talk openly about brain injury and its impact. The caring and supportive nature of the group allows people to talk and support each other and confidentiality is a key aspect of the group.


Meetings will be held at The Maxwell Library, Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. See the map below for details.


Click here for the date of our next group meeting.


Finding Us

The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
SW15 3SW