Tailored information and specialist support for anyone affected by a neurological problem
Brain Awareness Week is here!
It may surprise you to learn that 1 in 6 people are affected by a neurological problem. The Brain & Spine Foundation exists to support those affected by neurological problems, their family, friends and carers. This year’s Brain Awareness Week is taking place on 11-17 March and we’re asking everyone to get involved in helping to raise awareness and share our messages with their family and friends.Help us support the 1 in 6 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.
What do we know about diet and neurological problems?
As part of Brain Awareness Week 2019, we look at what we know about diets and neurological problems
Support groups and me - Lizzie’s Blog
Our trustee Lizzie Printer discusses the importance of support groups for people living with the affects of neurological problems
What does a Neuropsychologist do?
In this article, we look at neuropsychology and its role in supporting people who are affected by a neurological problem