New neurorehabilitation centre Calvert Reconnections has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Dr Sarah Green as Centre Manager.
Sarah brings extensive sector experience to the Calvert Reconnections team.
As a partner and research and development manager at a specialist dementia care home, Sarah played a key role in establishing the centre as a leading residential care home, training and research provider while also developing a rehabilitation pathway for people living with Alcohol Related Brain Damage. The development of the pathway consisted of assisting individuals to rebuild their meaning of life, engaging in social enterprise and developing motivation through sport, work, hobbies and social cohesion.
Sarah has a keen interest in sport and rehabilitation having investigated the restorative benefits and value of adaptive sport in the rehabilitation process for her doctoral research. She is also a published author.
In her role as Centre Manager at Calvert Reconnections, Sarah will work closely with the senior management team including Clinical Lead, Dr Amy Burns, Centre Director, Sean Day and Head Rehab Coach, Rob White.
Commenting on Sarah’s appointment, Sean Day said: “We are thrilled to welcome Sarah to Calvert Reconnections. Her extensive experience is ideally suited to our Centre Manager role.”
Dr Sarah Green said: “As we prepare to open our doors, this is an exciting time to join Calvert Reconnections, the UK’s first intensive ABI rehabilitation centre focused on outdoor activities.
“I am looking forward to playing my part in the success of the centre and to ensuring we deliver an exceptional quality of personalised rehabilitation.”
Located on the outskirts of Keswick in the Lake District, Calvert Reconnections, run by the Lake District Calvert Trust, is a new neurorehabilitation, residential centre providing ground-breaking rehabilitation programmes for ABI survivors.
Calvert Reconnections has developed the UK’s first COVID-19 compliant brain injury rehabilitation programme combining traditional interdisciplinary clinical therapies with physical activity in the outdoors.