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BBC One Show at the Oracle this Saturday

31 January 2018

The BBC’s One Show is making a film about care homes. Presenter Iain Lee will be at the Reading Oracle between 3-5PM this Saturday (3rd Feb) with a ‘Pop Up Care Clinic’.

How do you explain MS to your children/grandchildren?

24 January 2018

Digesting science is a workshop with a set of fun packed simple activities to explain MS to children between 6-12 years. It is scientific information with a lot of FUN.

Be kind to your mind

22 January 2018

Source MS Trust:

We often focus solely on our physical health but looking after our mental health is also vital to our sense of wellbeing. Jo Johnson, a consultant neuropsychologist with a special interest in MS, introduces practical steps you can take to improve and maintain your mental wellbeing.

Special Christmas Shopping Event in Reading

23 November 2017

Source Reading Borough Council

Once again, Reading Borough Council are hosting a Special Shopping Evening for older and those with disabilities.

MS Carers Lunch Club

8 November 2017

The next dates for the MS Carers Lunch Club are the 9th November.

Don't get caught out in a power cut - register with the free SSE Priority Service

6 October 2017

It doesn't matter who your electricity supplier is, if you are disabled you can register to receive the SSE Priority Service.

Do you shop at Tesco?

27 September 2017

Do you shop at Tesco at the Meadows or one of the local stores?

Top 5 accessible walks on the South West Coast

13 September 2017

Source Disability Horizons:

Steph Fairfoul works for Enjoybedandbreakfast.com, a small, independent travel website committed to bed and breakfasts and guest houses. Here she shares with us 5 accessible walks across the South West of England, and the best places to stay.

My Thoughts on Being a Grandparent with a Disability

12 September 2017

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

I had always envisioned that I would be an active and healthy grandparent when the time came — not one with a disability. I was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) in the summer of 2010, which also happened to be the same year my first grandchild was born.

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