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Meet Georgina Moore


Georgina has worked at Tania Brown for three months now and she is enjoying learning new things everyday, we asked Georgina why she enjoys working with us and she likes the team she works with and everyday is different. Georgina is very adventurous and likes to go for walks with her family and partner in in summer/spring, she enjoys seeing the sights and likes to keep fit.

We asked Georgina a couple of questions:

 1.What’s your favourite food?

Steak,veg, new potato’s and peppercorn sauce

2. Name your claim to fame –

Got to second place in Miss Wigan.

3. Which would you prefer & why? Three wishes over five years or one wish right now.

Three and because I may not like the one wish.

 4. What skill would you like to learn?

The art of jewellery making.

 5. What is your favourite TV show?

Breaking Bad.

6. What would you like to be in five years time?

I would like to have a side business of accounts.

7. If you could meet anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

Britney Spears and she was my childhood idol.

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Elf Day – Awareness for Alzheimer’s


On the 7th December we raised awareness for Alzheimer’s day, everybody had to dress up in something relating to Elf! We raised a good amount of money for this cause! Remember to show your photo’s from your Elf Day.

See below the fun that we got up too!

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Meet Hannah Davies


Hannah has recently moved from Wolverhampton to Wigan in June and has been working at Tania Brown since her move five months ago. She likes to spend her spare time cleaning her house, going on walks and listening to music. We asked Hannah why she enjoys working at Tania Brown and she likes that the job offers a lot of diversity, it’s a good team and we all work really well together.

  1.  If you could go back in time, what year would you go back too and why? 2007 and because this is the last year my mum was here and I would like to say all the things I didn’t have a chance to say before.
  2. What is your favourite way to relax? I love to have a bubble bath with my favourite coconut candles.
  3. If you could meet anyone living or dead, who would it be and why? Steven Hawking, I would love to sit down with him and ask him so many questions,

    he was full of knowledge and I would love to know everything he knew.

  4. Where is the most interesting place you have visited? Montserrat, Catalonia’s I found the story behind it really interested.
  5. Name your claim to fame? I auditioned for X-Factor in 2014.
  6. What’s your favourite TV Show/Films? Vampire Diaries is my favourite and my favourite film is Titanic.
  7. What is your favourite meal? Chicken and Bacon Burger.


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We’re recruiting for a Clinical Supervisor


The key activities/tasks for this role are:

  • Working with the management team to ensure that strategy, plans and focus remain to the highest standards.
  • Collaborate with the supervision team to ensure that clinical audit, risk management research and education are carried out to the highest standards and exceed CQC standards
  • Following HR procedures to appraise, supervise and performance manage your team
  • Have an understanding and focus on financial performance and budget setting and focusing on the maximum financial efficiency for clients.
  • Manage own caseload of clients following our clinical excellence procedures and maintaining own personal performance measures.

A full job description is available on request.

Ideally we are looking for . . .

  • Diploma or Degree in Occupational Therapy
  • RGN Nursing Qualification
  • Previous management experience within a clinical remit
  • Experience working with complex injuries – ABI/SCI/Ortho and amputees.

What we offer . . .

  • Excellent salary and benefits
  • Pension
  • Reward/Recognition Scheme
  • IIP Silver Standard – Training and Development and CPD opportunities

How to apply:

  • Please send your CV along with covering letter confirming your experience to
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The Impact of Brain Injury


Please see this BBC animation about one of our client’s experience of sustaining a brain injury and the impact this had on her and her sister’s life. It connects to a VR experience too!

Click on the link below to watch this amazing depiction of the effects and impact this has had.

Please like and share this animation to help people understand the impact a Brain Injury can have both on the survivor and their family.

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Meet Teresa Rey-Salomon


Teresa Rey-Salomon is a Senior Administrator/HR Support and has been with Tania Brown for four years! She has a busy family life with her partner of thirteen years and two girls, they love spending time together and going on walks with their Labrador called Murphy. We asked Teresa why does she enjoy working at Tania Brown Ltd and her response was that she loves what is stands for, helping people get back their previous life’s or how to live like they used too before their injuries or accidents and also how she loves to see clients progress.

We asked Teresa a couple of questions:

  1. If you could chose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor and why?
    Lord Alan Sugar and because I like his hard work and determination, he came from nothing and believed in himself and now he has got what he has worked for.
  2. If you won the lottery, what would you do?
    Buy lots of dogs
  3. What’s your favourite food?
    I will eat anything
  4. If you could give advice to younger self, what would your advice be?
    Work hard.
  5. Name your claim to fame
    Sat next too Maria from Coronation Street in a bar in Alderly Edge.
  6. What is your favourite TV Shows/Films?
    Murder She Wrote,Touch Of Frost, Columbo.
  7. If you could be anything in the world, what would you be?
    I would be an Occupational Therapist.
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World Mental Health Day




Today Tania Brown Ltd are raising awareness for World Mental Health Day and to help others understand how important it is to help others dealing with problems concerning mental health and how to live better.

Every year one adult in four, along with one child in ten will suffer with mental health issues, this is profoundly affecting a million of lives and affecting how they maintain relationships and day to day life.

Only one-fourth of people who struggle undergo on-going treatment while the other vast majority of those hide in isolation. If you know somebody who suffers with mental health then help them speak out!


” It’s okay not to be okay”

For more information visit:

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World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 2018


Tania Brown has held our very own Macmillan Coffee Morning in order to raise money for people facing cancer. We wish everyone all over the UK to hoist their own coffee mornings and donations on the day to help towards this fundraising event.

Last year they Macmillan raised over £27 million and hopefully this year we have made another successful year.

Everyone had such a good time baking there goodies and had an even better time tasting them!


We even had the local dog come into the office and visit us…. Jeff!

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Meet Liz Drummy


Liz Drummy is a Senior Case Manager and has been with Tania Brown Ltd for eleven years! She is mum to son who is 20 and who is off to university, she enjoys spending time with friends & family whens she is not working. We asked Liz why she enjoys working at Tania Brown Ltd and she loves the variety and complexity of a case management role and helping clients set goals on their path after their injuries.

What’s your favourite food?

Crisps,crackers and cheese, anything that is not good for you.

What’s your favourite Film/Tv Show?

Killing Eve

Name your claim to fame?

Sitting opposite Holly from Hollyoaks.

What’s your favourite thing to do in the world?

Dancing and out with my friends.

If you could be anything in the world, what would it be?

I have always wanted to be a nurse which I have succeeded, so doing what I have always wanted to do daily.

What’s the most interesting piece of art that you have seen?

Kiss by Klimt.

Where would you spend all your time if you could?

Downpatrick in Ireland.


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World Alzeheimer’s Day


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Every year September 21st we recognise those who suffers Alzheimer around the world by joining in and spreading the word about World Alzheimers Day. This is an international campaign aimed at raising awareness for Alzheimers related to dementia.

Alzheimers is a progressive disease that impairs memory and other mental capacity. It is the most common form of dementia that spreads memory loss and loss of other essential abilities that are serious enough to disrupt an individuals daily lifestyle.

This year marks the 7th worlds Alzheimers month since the campaign was launched way back in 2012. From previous research an average of 2 out of 3 people globally have little or no understanding of Alzheimers or the symptoms associated in their countries.

Since World Alzheimers Day the impact is increasing, however the lack of information is disappointing and remains to be a huge problem that calls for action, most people think the disease is a part of ageing, though this may not be true a great risk factor of Alzheimers disease Is increasing age. This is evidently patients over the age of 65 or older, this doesn’t classify the disease as elderly as researches show that approximately 200,000 Americans suffer from the disease under the age of 65.

For this years event, we ask that organisations and interested individuals can get involved by supporting awareness through contacting their Alzheimers association in their specific country.


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