In the NHS we put our focus into ensuring that people who have a brain or head injury get the best medical treatment, but we need to recognise that people often need much longer term support and rehabilitation to help them pick up their lives again after such a traumatic experience. That’s why someone like Paul with his personal experience, knowledge and skills has been an inspiration to so many people. His remarkable journey, and his desire to help others in the same position, has led to the launch of the PAUL for Brain Recovery Centre, and we wish him and his team every success.
Emma Latimer
NHS Hull CCG Chief Officer
I have known Paul since my appointment as Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine with the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. His passion and commitment to improving the care of patients with acquired brain injury is unparalleled. His positive and can do attitude is a breath of fresh air in patient advocacy. He constantly seeks to improve upon existing services by his active involvement as well as supporting existing NHS services. He has worked tirelessly to set up a support centre for patients with acquired brain injury to fill an existing gap in service provision in the local area. He acts as a role model to many of our patients and gives hope to a lot of patients who are understandably apprehensive about what the future holds following their brain injury.
Dr Abayomi Salawu MBBS, FWACS, FRCS(I), FHEA
Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

We believe that supporting a charity should be something every business does, however big or small it is. As well as giving back and helping do good, it also brings lots of business benefits. For example, raising the businesses’ profile, developing corporate relationships, enhancing staff team building and also strengthening the businesses’ reputation.

Bambu Community has loved supporting Paul For Brain so much that we will continue to do so for another 12 months!

Bambu Scaffolding

We are delighted to support PAUL For Brain Recovery. The support the organisation provides for sufferers of brain injuries is invaluable and not easily accessible anywhere else locally. The organisation also provides a wealth of support for the families of brain injury patients at a time when most families do not know which way to turn or how to cope. As a local business who have had a real need for these support services we are proud to support the great work that PAUL For Brain Recovery do in our local community.

Eon Media

Supporting PAUL For Brain Recovery has always been close to our hearts, not only on a personal level but as a business too.  We have seen PAUL For Brain Recovery develop through the years and are proud to have supported a service that is much needed throughout the UK.

We stock the PAUL For Brain Recovery merchandise in our store and we have seen an increase in footfall as a result of this.

Poorboy Boutique

We selected PAUL for Brain Recovery as our charity of the year for a number of reasons. Firstly, we understand how valuable their work is in the community and we have seen firsthand the positive impact they have on the lives of many people, as well as the love and compassion that they show in their work. It is an amazing charity and it’s been an absolute pleasure to work alongside them.

Marks and Spencer (Anlaby)
We feel it is important to support those making a positive impact within our community and relationships such as the one we have with PAUL For Brain Recovery are mutually beneficial.  Many people we speak to mention our support of PAUL For Brain Recovery, and how we have helped the charity get where it is today. They are aware of the positive impact the charity is having on so many lives, which naturally reflects well on us.
Hudgell Solicitors

The Cobus Communications team have supported PAUL for Brain Recovery for the past two years, as part of our nominated charity foundation, and we are proud to have helped it grow from modest beginnings to what it has become today. We strongly believe that it’s every businesses responsibility to give something back to the local community and it’s encouraging that the whole Cobus team recognise this and get actively involved. As well as the appreciation from the charity it’s also very rewarding for the business in that it helps to promote real team spirit and togetherness outside the regular business activities, it also helps promote a positive internal and external image and demonstrates a real passion within its staffing and operations. The charity has also introduced Cobus to several new contacts that have enabled some positive and reciprocal business networking opportunities.

Cobus Communications