The ARNI Institute is a UK Registered Charity: No. 1116130.
Currently in our 20th year of voluntary work, we are committed to teaching stroke and other acquired injury survivors to gain better action control. Our Approach to stroke rehabilitation is dynamic, innovative and linked directly to the very latest neurorehabilitation evidence base.
We have over 100 highly qualified independent therapists and trainers around the UK, trained via our Functional Rehabilitation & Exercise Training after Stroke Qualification. Call now to find your therapist or trainer.
ARNI supports the work of the hospital therapists by supporting YOU when your care pathway ends.
NEW! GET YOUR COPY OF NEW BOOK BY TOM BALCHIN LEARN HOW TO RECOVER OPTIMALLY
Whether you had your stroke a week or 20 years ago, this seriously practical book reveals everything you need to know about for real-life, evidence-based long-term recovery from limitations caused by stroke, that you can actually understand, use and apply successfully for yourself. With 244 pages of new information and material, it’s stacked with revelations for you based on the neuro-rehabilitation evidence-base.
NEW! LISTEN TO THIS TESTIMONIAL FROM A STROKE SURVIVOR TRAINING WITH ARNI
Click the middle of this short video to listen to the experiences of a stroke survivor currently rehabilitating with the help of an a Senior ARNI Instructor. You can learn for yourself about what she has been doing in this DVD series: https://arni.uk.com/product/the-successful-stroke-survivor-dvds-full-set/ .
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG June 21, 2021
Is your rehab on pause or are you just needing more? Or do you know someone in this situation? Is physio...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG May 19, 2021
Research has suggested a lack of physical activity as a significant risk factor for stroke, suggesting increasing exercise and physical activity...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG April 14, 2021
Virtual Reality (VR) allows an individual to interact with an artificial world through hand controllers and headsets. It was created for...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG March 31, 2021
A systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative research concerning venue-based exercise interventions for people with stroke in the UK has...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG March 2, 2021
Are you a stroke survivor who is struggling to sleep? If so, you are not alone. Research has found that sleep...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG February 11, 2021
Bolt Burdon Kemp (BBK), a very highly-regarded Brain Injury Solicitors firm in London, have become Corporate Partners to the ARNI Charity...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG January 20, 2021
Life is rather restricted at the moment. It’s not that great. Is your rehab on pause? Are you currently still in...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG January 18, 2021
Stroke often causes major changes to someone’s identity and sense of self in a range of contexts, through changes to work,...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG December 15, 2020
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) uses a constant, low electrical current to stimulate a targeted region of your brain. This is...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG November 25, 2020
Stroke survivors commonly experience fatigue, which can have a major impact on their ability to self-manage and be as independent as...read More
UCL World Stroke Day: How to Approach Functional Recovery at any Stage after Stroke (with Tom Balchin)ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG October 19, 2020
The UCL World Stroke Day Forum is a FREE annual event (26th to 30th October) which invites stroke survivors, carers and...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG August 31, 2020
Well-being may be adversely affected following stroke. Approximately 33% report depressive symptoms and 20% report anxiety during the first months or...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG July 29, 2020
Do you have difficulty sleeping after stroke? If so, you’re not alone. Sleep gives you the base you need to have...read More
ARNI STROKE REHAB BLOG May 27, 2020
‘HAD A STROKE? NOW WHAT? FROM HOSPITAL TO REHABILITATION AND BEYOND’. With a revealing Foreword by broadcaster Andrew Marr, himself a...read More