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 "My condition was so unusual my GP had never seen it in 25 years. It was so good to talk to someone who understood." On 30 November 2016 we launched a survey to hear from our service users about their experience of using Brain & Spine Foundation’s services such as our Helpline, publications, online communities and website information. We wanted to understand what you as our service users...

NHS North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and NHS Healthy London Partnerships are calling on all partners for help in promoting their Digital Engagement Insight Survey. The CCGs commission healthcare across the following Boroughs: Brent Ealing Harrow Hammersmith & Fulham Hillingdon Hounslow Kensington & Chelsea Westminster The purpose of...

Researchers from the University of Liverpool are thinking about doing a study on epilepsy. It will look at what those with epilepsy and their family and friends want from the ambulance service and other health professionals when a seizure occurs. It will try to answer questions such as, if an ambulance comes, where would you like to be taken and how might this change depending on where the...

We are very pleased to announce that next week we will be launching an animation and a short film on head injury.  The animation What is a head injury? is a visual summary of our Information Standard accredited booklet on the topic. It discusses the different types of head injury and potential after-effects in a clear, concise and accurate way.  The video Understanding head injury is a short...

The Brain & Spine Foundation is pleased to announce, during Brain Awareness Week, the launch of My Brain and Me – an app for young people with acquired brain injury (ABI). Every 30 minutes a young person will acquire a brain injury as a result of an accident, illness, poisoning or brain tumour*. Brain injuries may have life-long impact on children and young people and their families. ABIs...