From Monday 26 February 2024, the exercise class timetable at the Chilterns Neuro Centre will be changing.
The Chilterns Neuro Centre is delighted to have partnered with Runaway Racing.
The name may have changed in the last year but the Chilterns Neuro Centre is continuing to provide the same great service to our members
“I dread to think what my life would be like without the Centre now. I think it would feel like an uphill struggle every day."
2023 is over and what a year it was! Our membership grew from 639 at the end of 2022 to 727 with members coming from all across the region. 567 of our members received direct support from the Centre which mostly consisted of physio, exercise and oxygen therapy but also included many of our other services...
The Centre has recently completed further improvement work on our hydrotherapy pool through the installation of a motorised pool cover.
It was a time of celebration at the Chilterns Neuro Centre as we celebrated the incredible role our dedicated team of volunteers play in the running of the Centre.
Mini Miller talks about her experience of yoga and how the breathing exercises and gentle movements can have such a calming effect on her.
The Chilterns Neuro Centre has just launched its new out-of-hours service to better support the needs of people with MS, Parkinson’s and stroke survivors who are in work but may still require the support the Centre offers.
The Chilterns Neuro Centre is celebrating the award of a major grant from the Gosling Foundation over two years to help fund its wellbeing service.
Claire Ashburner talks candidly about how the warmth and kindness of new friends she made at the Centre became a major support for her.
After looking after those closest to you, would you consider leaving a gift to the Chilterns Neuro Centre in your Will? Any gift you choose to leave will help hundreds of local people with neurological conditions to live life to the full, for many years to come.