Win a £500 donation for Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre

Win a £500 donation for Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre OxfordshireView in browser       You and your supporters could WIN a £500 donation* for Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre Oxfordshire in our Mother’s Day Giveaway!It’s completely FREE to enter – just visit the competition page and click any of the listed retailers before midnight 14th March.To give your cause the best chance of winning, share the message below to encourage your supporters to enter too!
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WheelPower Offer for MS Centres

At WheelPower, our aim is to get physically disabled people active, and as such, we have two exciting offers for your members:

Free Resistance Bands

We are currently giving away sets of resistance bands to encourage individuals to exercise at home, further details as follows:  https://www.wheelpower.org.uk/fundingbands

Seated Online Exercise Classes

We are delivering three live online exercise classes every week including; cardio, circuits and yoga – please see attached poster. To book onto a class please register here:  https://www.wheelpower.org.uk/sport-events

Due to the success of our online classes, this Wednesday we have BBC’s The One Show filming the live class.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any queries.

Emily Weller
Head of Sport & Physical Activity 

07725 207193
www.wheelpower.org.uk

100 club winners for February

100 club winners for February:

Gloria, Lizzie, Joel sharing a prize fund of: £75. 

You got to be in it to win it!  So speak to reception for 100 club details, only £5 a month

Photocopier engineer needed!

Photocopier engineer needed!  Our photocopier isn’t working and we do not have a service contract so if you know anyone who can possibly take a look at it please let Sue know ASAP.

NEW Start time for oxygen treatments

Start time for oxygen will be changing to 10am from this Friday 18th, so as it stands oxygen times from this Friday are:

Monday – 10am Tuesday – 10am and 11.30Thursday – 10amFriday – 10am

Scotland first in UK to approve ‘take at home’ MS drug

Source BBC: A new treatment for patients with multiple sclerosis has been approved by the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC).

Zeposia has been developed for adult patients with relapsing-remitting MS, where the patient has flare-ups followed by periods of remission.

It is a treatment option which may reduce the need to have treatment administered in a clinical setting.

It is one of four drugs which have been newly-approved.

Ozanimod – Zeposia is manufactured by the company Bristol Myer Squibb. Taken orally once a day it provides the advantage of being taken at home and avoiding clinical appointments during the coronavirus pandemic. Read on.

Because we all care: unpaid carers

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Family carers have been taking on more responsibilities than ever during the pandemic. They are in a unique position to see what is going on, good and bad, with the health and social care provided to the person they are caring for.

Not surprisingly, they are also more likely to provide feedback on care experiences than the rest of the population.  The Care Quality Commission (CQC) would like to hear from anyone who is caring for a loved one about their experiences.  Find out more here.

Home collection tins

Home collection tins

We have raised £2030 in just under 4 years with home collection tins.  Many thanks to those who have a tin and save their small change. Our new goal is £5k!!  If you don’t have a tin and would like one please ask reception.