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Creating a positive ripple effect
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Creating a positive ripple effect

I am sure that I’m not the only one who leaves a session at the Chilterns Neuro Centre with a new spring in their step (sometimes only metaphorically), writes Nick Hayward-Cook, a member of the Centre for several years.

Feeling a sense of belonging
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Feeling a sense of belonging

Steve describes how the Centre gives you a sense of belonging, community and support. He would advise anyone with MS to get involved and get the support they need.

Nathan’s Story
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Nathan’s Story

Nathan was 36 when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis but had recently moved to Wendover so the Chilterns Neuro Centre was right on his doorstep.

Gareth’s Story
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Gareth’s Story

The Centre has helped Gareth to understand and manage his energy levels, allowing him to keep doing some of the things he loves.

Peter’s Story
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Peter’s Story

Peter's proactive approach to managing his symptoms through exercise has had many positive benefits on his daily life.

Jane’s Story
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Jane’s Story

Despite having MS, Jane is determined to carry on working in the job she loves.

Amanda’s Story
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Amanda’s Story

Amanda's fatigue made competitive swimming difficult until she learned how to manage it with help from our Fatigue Management Course.

Sarah’s Story
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Sarah’s Story

To Sarah, getting down to her grandchildrens' level to play with them was one of the best things in life. Getting back up again was less so.

Patrick’s Story
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Patrick’s Story

Patrick finds even small tasks, like putting on his coat, take time and effort. But he is determined no to let his MS stop him achieving what he wants.

Breathing Well
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Breathing Well

We all know how to breathe, but do we really breathe well? One of our physios Sue gives her tips for breathing well...

Our Volunteer Receptionists
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Our Volunteer Receptionists

Meet Pam and Nikky, two of our volunteer receptionists. Find out how they got involved and what they get out of volunteering their time to help others.