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Sub-committees

Various reports from sub-committees, including admissions, general purpose, staff accommodation, private patients, salaries and wages, appeals, garden and assembly room renovation.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Staff and patient handbooks

Printed staff and patient handbooks and printed guides providing guidance and information for staff and patients about the hospital. The patient handbook provide a guide of the services' and activities available, along with rules regarding visitors, smoking and alcohol, and also contain a floorplan for the hospital.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables presentation film

Colour presentation films for the Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables. The narrated films provide an overview of the activities and facilities available to patients and includes soundbites from patients. The films shows a typical patient bedroom and common areas of the hospital, such as the cafeteria, Assembly Room and gardens, and some of the activities and services available to patients, including: physiotherapy, occupational therapy, art and pottery classes, furniture making, a patient using a possum typewriter (which was operated with a mouth piece), music therapy and the work undertaken by patients at 'The Factory', where patients were paid to undertaken simple manufacturing tasks for a small income. Finally, the video ends with plans for the new Chatsworth Wing at the hospital, which initially designed to house young disabled residents.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables Case Agenda Book

House Committee case agenda books listing applicants for admission to the hospital. Volumes contains the following information on applicants: name; age; residence; medical condition; occupation; name of member of House Committee who visited them; the committee's decision and remarks. The first volume dates from 1936-1962, with the following volume covering 1962 to 1993 and the third being 1993 to 1998.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Reports and presentations relating to fundraising at the hospital

Reports and printed slides of a presentation, including presentation slides, 'Building a better future for disabled people in partnership with local business', no date; report, '1999/2000 Fundraising Development Strategy Review' and report, 'Online fundraising growth and integration report', 2012 and a social media audit carried out for the Hospital by Aristos, a consultancy firm, in November 2012.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Register of patient deaths and discharges

Register of deaths of patients from April 1973 to March 2000. Entries include name of the patient, date admitted, case book number, whether they are inmate or pensioner and date of death. Later entries also include additional information of type of care they received, name of hospital ward and funding authorities.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Register of patient deaths

Register of deaths of patients from October 1938 to March 1973. Entries include name of the patient, date admitted, case book number, whether they are inmate or pensioner and date of death.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

RHN publicity material

Brochures and leaflets relating to services provided by the hospital, including information pack about the RHHP with specific leaflets relating to specialist care and treatment provided for certain groups of patient e.g. chronic and progressive neurological disorders and a brochure for the 'Transitional Living Unit', c. 1992.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

RHN Patient and staff handbooks

Handbooks, leaflets, brochures chiefly relating to rules for hospital employees and patients. These include: the 1938 and 1944 editions of the handbook for rules, including salary information for all staff in the latter; a list of rules for patients mounted on card, 1926; patient's handbook, c.1985; patient's handbook, c.1995 and a patient welcome pack, c. 2009.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Published histories of the hospital

Booklets and wall-charts relating to published histories of the Royal Hospital, these include: 'The Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables and its Founder, 1936; Notes & Sketches: Past and Present: A century in the life of the Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables, 1981 and 'A Short History of the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, 2004.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Programmes for fundraising events

Programmes for fundraising events for the hospital, these include: Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables garden party on 20 June 1959; 'The Silver Jubilee Ball' held in Wandsworth on 22 April 1977; 'The Forget-me-not Ball' held at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon, 3 March 1978; Musical concert by Julian Lloyd Webber and Gordon Back, Fishmonger's Hall, London, 1997.

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