Enable Therapy Services is celebrating its ten year anniversary! That's right a whole decade of amazing experiences, journeys, people and occupational therapy!
The 26 April 2018 is a special day for the team at Enable Therapy Services (ETS) and its Managing Director, Julie Kendall. It is the company’s 10th birthday and it will be a day of celebrations as Julie and her team welcome over 100 guests to an event in the beautiful grounds of Mortec Park, the Head Office in Leeds.
ETS began from humble beginnings to become the company it is today; a thriving, successful independent Case Management and Rehabilitation Service provider with an enviable reputation for delivering high quality results. Operating nationwide across the UK it employs only Occupational Therapists (OTs) as its Case Managers, reflecting Julie’s unwavering belief that the very best Case Managers are OTs. The biopsychosocial model used by OTs when assessing individuals, enables holistic recommendations of the client’s rehabilitation needs whilst placing client’s goals at the heart of every intervention.
The company itself has grown rapidly in that time, acquiring many long-standing clients and building strong relationships with leading Insurance and Solicitor companies and other Case Management companies. Many of these will be present at the birthday celebrations including The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust and The Yorkshire Air Ambulance who are the charities chosen by ETS to support as part of its Corporate Social Responsibilities.
Happy 10th anniversary and congratulations to Enable Therapy Services!
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