Total Community Care - Specialists in spinal & neurological care

Providing bespoke care nationwide for clients with spinal injuries and neurological conditions

17 Feb

Long Term Care for Clients with Brain Injury

The key to getting home and staying home after a brain injury is effective rehabilitation, good planning, and a bespoke team of carers and professionals to meet your ongoing care needs. The brain is incredibly complex, and the results of any injury to the brain can range from mild changes to catastrophic, life-changing events. Brain...

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31 Dec

Funding for Spinal Injury and Neurological Care and Support

What are the different types of funding available for spinal injury and neurological care, and what’s the best way to get funding? Spinal injury, neurological rehab and ongoing care and support are extremely specialist, complex and multi-faceted. No two people are the same, and everyone has their own priorities and their own ways of living the...

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09 Dec

What is a C6 spinal cord injury?

Spinal cord injuries describe a wide variety of damage to the spinal column and cord. They have profoundly different effects depending on where in the spine the damage has occurred, and whether the nerve impulses are completely or only partially damaged at the point of the injury. Read more »

01 Sep

Welcome to the website!

Well, by the time you are reading this the hard work will be done; welcome to our brand new shiny website! Back in December 2015 we began the project of redesigning the TCC website, something that had become a long overdue task due to the development of technology within the six years since the previous site was launched. We wanted to mark TCC...

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29 Aug

10th Anniversary of a Different Kind

Meeting Nick is probably one of the best things that has ever happened to me and knowing him has shaped my life quite significantly. Ten years ago, in June 2006, Nick was looking for new support staff and I was lucky enough to be accepted on his team. I was 26 years old, had just moved to the UK and needed a job badly. During my time with him I lea...

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18 Jul

Back to playing PC games again

Marley LewisThe set up you see allows me to play PC games to their full extent as if my hands still worked. Courtesy of the guys from ""; a charity designed to help ga...

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22 May

Three Capitals Challenge – Day 4

A lie in.  We were allowed to set off just after 8:30.  Most of us felt rested to a degree but there was very much a mixed feeling in it being the last day and we were now fully confident of finishing – barring disaster. “Only 50 miles to go”. We continued into Austria and the cycle paths took us through national parks and forests but comp...

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21 May

Three Capitals Challenge – Day 3

Another early start.  Hot once more.   The countryside was very rural and dry and villages seemed to step back in time.  Occasional shy waves and smiles from children would provide encouragement.  A good speed was developed and the ground was covered at an impressive pace.  Sadly it was in the wrong direction. A key turn had been missed by s...

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20 May

Three Capitals Challenge – Day 2

At last we were off.  It is fair to say that in the cold light of the day not many of the party looked good in lycra (see picture below - further evidence of this can be found on TCC’s Facebook page)! In some ways the route was very simple we would leave the hotel and follow the Danube upriver to Vienna. I, having family connections in Budape...

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19 May

Three Capitals Challenge

SIA’s annual cycle challenge – Budapest to Vienna, via Bratislava.   In the afternoon varied flights deposited just under 40 individuals who had signed up to raise money for the Spinal Injuries Association. As many will know the SIA is an organisation TCC has been closely linked with for the past 9 years.  Included in this group were Julie ...

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