We have a wasp nest under the centre by the disabled walkway. Milton Park have been informed and will come and investigate. Please be aware.
Posts By: Karen Jones
Source MS Society: Government review says doctors should be able to prescribe cannabis for medicinal use. (Note: What medical professionals usually mean by ‘medicinal cannabis’ or ‘medical cannabis’ is cannabis products licensed as medical treatments. So for MS, that means Sativex, which is specifically licensed to treat muscle spasms and stiffness in MS. Journalists or other… Read more »
Source Mail Online: Could vaccine for a common virus stop multiple sclerosis? Doctors think they have discovered the cause of disease. (Note: The researchers’ explanation is currently just a theory but they plan to carry out further research.) A vaccine for avoiding multiple sclerosis has moved a step closer, as doctors believe they have discovered the cause… Read more »
If you are disabled, driving can seem a daunting prospect. The Queen Elizabeth Foundation are specialists in all aspects of driving for disabled people, with expert assessors and instructors backed by specialist technology. They have a wide variety of specially adapted dual-controlled cars fitted with hand controls and left foot accelerators, swivel seat and hi-tech… Read more »
We are a small swimming club aimed at people who have a disability or mobility problems. This could be long term or short term. We have been established since 1966. We meet at Brookes sports, Oxford Brookes University, Harcourt Campus, Botley, Oxford. ox2 9at. We meet every 2 weeks on a Sunday morning, 9:00-11:30. we have… Read more »
July Newsletter Milton Park 2040 Vision A message from Philip Campbell to tell you about our latest project: The Milton Park 2040 vision. Please take part in the first step survey and share with your peers and colleagues. Read more On-site News Isansys wireless technology wins award Read article Don’t forget about the TuesdayWandering Feast… Read more »
Toni Radulovic winning £48.75 Julia Gower winning £29.25 Richard Twine winning £19.50 If you would like to join our 100 club, just £5 a month, speak to Sue or Gloria for details and a form, you can pay by cheque, cash or standing order.
Quiz night with The Nightingale to raise money for the centre. We would like a team to enter if possible are you available? Any raffle prize donations would be greatly appreciated.
Many thanks to Dave, Russ, John M, Sarah D, Maggie, John & Angela, Gloria, Andy & Julia, Liz & Ronnie, Brenda & Geoff for giving up their time on Friday and Saturday to collect at Tesco Extra Abingdon. A great total was raised: £945.69, so a massive thank you to all of you.
Attention, concentration and fatigue in long-term conditions study: Participants who attend the testing session in London will be paid £20.00 Do you have a long-term condition such as multiple sclerosis or cancer? People with these conditions often report high levels of fatigue and difficulties with attention and concentration. This research is interested in understanding these issues… Read more »