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Clare Balding presents awards at City Hall

London's Living Room at City Hall was the venue for London Bridge-based brain injury charity Rehab UK's client award ceremony, held last Friday as part of Brain Injury Awareness Week.

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BBC horseracing presenter Clare Balding is vice-president of Rehab UK, and it was in this capacity that she was at City Hall to present Rehab UK clients with their achievement awards.

"In my work I see many people who have had a brain injury and still suffer from its effects," said Clare. "With the support of our highly specialised vocational rehabilitation teams at our brain injury centres, we are helping these people to achieve."

The chilling fact is that over 100,000 people each year will leave hospital having suffered an acquired brain injury (ABI). Indeed, your own life may have been disrupted by ABI and you are now facing its consequences. If so, it is likely that you are keen to become employed again, to improve the quality of your life. Rehab UK can help.

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From its brain injury centre at London Bridge, this registered charity provides a programme of vocational rehabilitation for people from London and the South-East. Success rates prove the programme to be highly effective in helping people with ABI to not only re-build their lives but in so doing greatly enhance their professional and personal future.

If you know somebody with ABI who might benefit from Rehab UK's work call their London Brain Injury Centre on 020 7378 0505, or access their website for more information. If you would like to help this charity to continue with its valuable work by giving a donation please contact Jonathan Smallman via the same number.

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