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Funded Schemes

Financial assistance

Financial assistance
Neurokinex has a selection of funded schemes to help ensure more people can participate and receive access to neurorehabilitation.

Step up scheme

What is it?
Six free sessions following NHS referral for early stages of recovery from spinal cord injury. This Scheme is funded by the Neurokinex Charitable Trust to help people get started on their rehabilitation journey.

Who is it for?
The Neurokinex Step Up Scheme offers support to those who are newly injured or have been diagnosed with a spinal cord injury in the past 12 months.
The scheme is open to children and adults of all ages and offers six free sessions to introduce people to our lifechanging rehabilitation programme.

What does it provide?
Six free hours of activity-based rehabilitation at any of our outpatient centres in Gatwick or Bristol. In six sessions, you will get a sense of how we work and how you could potentially improve by participating in our programmes.

How can you apply?

In order to receive the free sessions, your NHS Consultant, GP, Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist needs to fill in a referral form to confirm that you are medically fit to exercise. You also need to fill in our online application form.

Stroke scheme

What is it?
A free 60-minute assessment and free 60-minute trial rehabilitation session following NHS referral for early stages of recovery from a Stroke.

Who is it for?
For individuals who have suffered a stroke in the past 12 months. This is a great opportunity for anyone who feels that they have further potential to improve their function or fitness.

What does it provide?
A free 60-minute initial assessment followed by a free 60 minute activity-based rehabilitation session at any of our outpatient centres in Hemel Hempstead, Gatwick or Bristol.

How can you apply?
Please fill in the online application form. You will also need your GP to confirm that you are medically fit to exercise.

Scinergise scheme

What is it?
Scinergise is a charity set up in 2018 by former Neurokinex client Oliver Carpenter and his friends. It provides financial support to young people who have suffered a spinal cord injury so that they can improve their quality of life through purchasing products, services and/or experiences that do not fall under the remit of care provided by the statutory authorities in the UK.

Who is it for?
Children aged 0 to 16 who have suffered a spinal cord injury.

What does it provide?
Scinergise supports children’s rehabilitation by providing funds for their families to bring their children to Neurokinex for 10 one-hour blocks of activity-based rehabilitation at any of our outpatient centres in Gatwick or Bristol. In these sessions, children and their families will get a clearer idea of how Neurokinex protocols can help advance their rehabilitation.

How can you apply?
Please visit the Scinergise website to see if you are eligible.