URibag – is a discrete pocket sized reusable urinal if you’ve got to go! Leakproof cap means once sealed it can be emptied when convenient. URibag is available for Ladies and Men and is available on prescription. I have one of each at the centre for you to see, also a leaflet.
The next ILC Open day will be held on 3rd July 10am to 3pm. Theme: Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters. To be held at Abingdon Resource Centre, Crabtree Place, Audlett Drive, Abingdon, OX14 3GD. Tel: 01235 524857. Drop in for a Coffee and chat.
An experimental treatment to stop the body attacking its own nervous system in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) appears safe in trials
Here is some information as a PDF document regarding the PIP Scheme which is replacing Disability Living Alliance. Continue reading >>
Please let Sue know what skills you can offer, so we know who to ask for help.
Maybe you could approach your Rotary club and ask them to organise an annual event for us, or you could have a cake sale at your home, or maybe your know someone else who belongs to a club who can organise an event for us?
Perhaps you have family or friends who could help?
In excess of £23,000 needed to fund the whole project:
£9,000 applied for from Postcode Lottery
£2,000 Oxfordshire Community Foundation
Doris Field Charitable Trust – awaiting application form
£10,000 Gannett Foundation
Guideposts Trust Independent Living Centre, Carers Oxfordshire and Abingdon Health & Wellbeing Centre Open Day.
Wednesdy, 5 June 2013 10am – 3pm
Many organisations will be attending including The Oxfordshire Community Bladder and Bowel Service.
OMSTC is now registered with ‘Spend and Raise’
What does this mean?
Which means when you shop online you can help provide the centre with commission paid from many of the retailers registered with the scheme.
1. Click on this link www.spendandraise.com/omstc.
2. Search the A-Z list of retailer
3. Purchase your item/s
4. Commission will get automatically paid to the centre
A research team at the University of Oxford are researching the effects of sharing online patient information. They wish to find the best ways to incorporate people’s experiences into health websites. They would like your help to find out whether the questions are easy to understand and accurately reflect the effects of using health websites.
If you would like to take part, have any questions or require further information please contact Laura Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Multiple Sclerosis suffers in Oxfordshire are missing out on life-changing drugs, a new report has found. A survey by the MS Society found that 79 per cent of Oxfordshire MS patients are not getting proper help.