‘Make May Purple’ is the Stroke Association’s annual awareness month, which takes place each May and invites friends, families and communities to show their support for people who have been affected by stroke. We’re proud to be supporting the initiative this year as through our specialist support services, we see the effect stroke can have on both sufferers and their loved ones on a daily basis. More people than ever are at risk of stroke, as Stroke Consultant Liz Iveson, who works at our Woodlands Neurological Rehabilitation Centre in York, explains:
Date 15 May 2018 Categories Christchurch Group
This week (April 30th – May 6th) is National Gardening Week, and this presents a fantastic opportunity to get green fingered and embrace the great outdoors. National Gardening Week was launched seven years ago by the Royal Horticultural Society and aims to become the country’s biggest celebration of gardening. This year is all about sharing your passion for plants.
Date 1 May 2018 Categories Christchurch Group
Christchurch Group are proud to be supporting MS Awareness Week 2018, an annual campaign run by the Multiple Sclerosis Trust, from 23-29 April. MS Awareness Weekis an opportunity to come together to help support people living with the long-lasting disease. The theme for 2018 is ‘Be Bold in Blue’, a new project designed to help young people affected by MS.
Date 25 Apr 2018 Categories Christchurch Group
Swallowing Awareness Day highlights how dysphagia can affect people’s lives and how speech and language therapy can help transform negative experiences into positive ones. There are many conditions that can affect a person’s ability to swallow but it is our belief that every individual should have the support enabling them to eat and drink safely.
Date 14 Mar 2018 Categories Christchurch Group