Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) provides care and rehabilitation for adults living with profound or complex disability from brain injury.

Brain injury affects over a million people in the United Kingdom each year and can result from a range of causes including medical emergencies such as a stroke, heart or asthma attack, or through unfortunate accidents or injuries such as a fall down the stairs, allergic reaction, road traffic accident or sports injury but to name a few.

Unfortunately the severity of the injury has left the majority of the patients at the RHN unable to walk, talk and live their normal life.

We aim to provide a beacon of hope for patients and their families offering practical and emotional support.

As we are a medical charity, separate from the NHS, we need funds from voluntary donations to raise money for rehabilitation services and technologies not usually offered at traditional hospitals – such as leisure and family services, aqua therapy, assistive technology, gardening, therapeutic art sessions and music therapy. These services are proven to improve the patients’ quality of life.

Help us make a difference today challenging yourself and fundraising for the RHN.

Get in touch with our friendly challenge team on or 020 8780 4560


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