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The Adult Community Rehabilitation Team (ACRT) is an interdisciplinary team made up of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech & language therapists, neuro and clinical psychologists, dieticians, rehab assistants and administrators. ACRT aims to enhance the health, independence and well being of adults living in the community with a physical or neurological disability. Please see our team leaflet.


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ACRT works with clients to identify rehabilitation goals and offer tailor made programmes. Clients are seen in the most appropriate place for them e.g. at home, in clinic, place of work or study. We will work with clients for around six sessions and review goals to determine progress, further intervention and future plans

ACRT also has a Consultant Allied Health Professional in Neurological Rehabilitation, who provides assessment and makes recommendations for people who require specialist neurological rehabilitation packages in hospital or at home.

We aim to:
  • Help people make choices about their disability and adjust to the impact on their lives.
  • Help clients to manage their health conditions and maximise their independence
  • Help people access community services such as leisure centres and voluntary organisations
  • Prevent unnecessary admissions to hospital
  • Provide specialist intervention for progressive neurological conditions such as MS, MND, Parkinson’s' Disease, acquired brain injury including stroke
  • Help clients to improve their function following hospital admission
  • Offer a range of other groups to suit your needs 

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More information

Patient Information

General Enquiries
Main Line Telephone Numbers:
0207 683 4489
0207 683 4382
Fax Number:
0207 014 7260

Email address:


The Screening line opening times are:
Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm
Telephone Number
0207 683 4148

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