Rehab People specialise in working alongside people who have neurological conditions.

Specialist rehabilitation programmes and assessments for people with neurological conditions including traumatic brain injuries, stroke, and progressive illness such as Huntington's Disease (HD).

Maggie Jury and the Rehab People
Qualified Specialists in rehabilitation programmes



  • Occupational Therapy
    Tracey Partridge
  • Social Work
    Marilyn Brown
    Mary Fraser
  • Physiotherapy
    Rebekah Miller
    Anna Tillman
  • Speech Language Therapy
    Ellen Nijhof

Rehab People
Ph: (03) 366 3215
Fax: (03) 339 8109

Our People:

Maggie Jury

Maggie Jury is the Managing Director of Rehab People Ltd. She qualified as a Speech Language Therapist in 1994 and has since worked extensively in the field of rehabilitation from brain injury (head injury and stroke). Maggie completed her Master of Speech-Language Therapy degree in February 2000 with a special interest in reading and writing disorders in adults. Maggie is also the coordinator of Clinical Services for people living with Huntington's Disease and provides leadership through change for the allied health section of the Canterbury Initiative.


Maggie Jury

Rebekah Miller

Graduated with Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Credit in 2000 and completed her Master's degree in Physiotherapy, endorsed in Neurorehabilitation in 2007. In her career as a Physiotherapist, Rebekah has worked with young people between 13 and 21 years of age with special needs and neurological conditions. She has also been a Clinical Tutor at the Otago University School of Physiotherapy, lecturing on vestibular and balance physiotherapy. Rebekah has been contracted to Rehab People since 2008. She and her team have provided a superb, effective and wide-ranging quality physiotherapy service for clients with traumatic brain injury, spinal and neurological conditions. Rebekah is also facilitating the physiotherapy group sessions for the Stroke Foundation at 4 stroke clubs in Rangiora and Christchurch.


Rebekah Miller

Ellen Nijhof

Graduated with a Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy in 2008 and has worked for Rehab People since March 2009. Ellen is an independent and creative thinker, communicating easily with people from all walks of life and with all kinds of communication disorders. Ellen is currently completing her Master of Speech and Language Therapy degree and is a Clinical Tutor at the University of Canterbury, teaching undergraduate Speech-Language Therapists. Ellen is also facilitating the communication groups for the Stroke Foundation at 4 stroke clubs in Rangiora and Christchurch.  


Ellen Nijhof

Katrina Banks

Katrina is Rehab People's Office Administrator. She has worked for Rehab People for the past 10 years. Working remotely enables Katrina to be totally flexible in her availability. Aside from her administrative and financial duties, Katrina supports clients to access services such as mobility vouchers. She also assists Maggie with a range of projects undertaken within the Coordination Service for people with Huntington's disease.


Katrina Banks
Leaders In Rehabilitation

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