Tailored information and specialist support for anyone affected by a neurological problem
We want to hear from you!
If you have used any of our services in the last two years, we would really value your feedback to ensure that we can continue to improve our services and provide a high standard of information and support. We want to discover more about how people benefit from our services and find out how we can do even more for those affected by neurological problems in the future. So please - lend us your voice!Take our Service User Survey now
'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.
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.
We've moved office!
The Brain & Spine Foundation settles into a new home by the Thames in Borough