Tailored information and specialist support for anyone affected by a neurological problem
A small gift could make a big difference
"At a time when presents are often neither needed, wanted or appreciated, if you could donate anything to the Brain & Spine Foundation today, I can assure you that your donation would make an amazing difference to supporting a vital service. As a patient with serious neurological conditions, I know that the helpline & information services they provide really do make a significant difference to people who feel isolated and uninformed about their conditions."Read BSF Trustee Lizzie's full story and Christmas message to our supporters here
'Scamp & Dude's Jo on life after a brain haemorrhage
In this revealing and inspiring interview, Jo Tutchener-Sharp talks about surviving a brain haemorrhage three years ago and the hugely positive project that arose from her time in hospital
Will's incredible endurance run
At the age of 15, a very active and (by his own admission) stubborn Will Murley was diagnosed with scoliosis. This year Will ran every day for 30 days, before setting off on a huge 30 mile run on the final day – his 30th birthday.
Mud Run Fun with the Dean Runners
Six brave employees from Ramsay Healthcare took on the boggy and brutal Devil Mudrun in Cheltenham last month to raise money for the Brain & Spine Foundation. Holly Davis, Jan Phillips Kerri Crowley, Anna Higgins, Sam Hopton and Lucie Pospisilova are currently working at The Dean Neurological Centre in Gloucester, so together they formed the Dean Runners team to take on the challenge.
Kavita's book about surviving an SAH is out now
In her first book, Kavita Basi (BSF Community Ambassador) chronicles her experience of suffering a subarachnoid haemorrhage, how it put her life on hold, and her path to recovery.
A Sober October in aid of BSF
5 years ago Carolyn Turner underwent surgery to remove a tumour from her spine. The Brain & Spine Foundation were able to offer Carolyn information and support during her recovery and she has since become a Community Ambassador for our charity. This month Carolyn has given up alcohol to raise funds for others affected by neurological problems.