Learning Disability Weeks 2019 (17 – 23 June) is looking at getting people with learning disabilities out of the home, connected and getting active with their local community.Read More
One of the most powerful organs in our body: the brain. It controls our movement, thoughts, feelings and makes us who we are. Acquiring a brain injury can turn lives upside down, for the person directly affected and their carers. However, there is life after brain injury.
It’s National Epilepsy Week (20-26 May) and you’ll probably spot a few people sporting purple at school, in the office or during day to day life. But why do we wear purple?
Arthritis Care Awareness Week aims to raise awareness about the realities of living with arthritis, and celebrate the work done by Arthritis charities around the UK, carrying out research and raising funds.
This week (20-26 May) is National Epilepsy Week, an opportunity to raise awareness about what epilepsy is and how to react if you see someone having a seizure.
This week (20-26 May) is Dementia Action Week, where we raise awareness about the condition and push to find a cure.
A spinal cord injury has a life-long effect on the body, but information is often technical and confusing. Easy-to-understand information can help you understand what a spinal cord injury is, and how it will affect you or a loved one.