Category: Blog Articles

Child Health Day

Today is Child Health Day, the purpose of this day it to improve people’s knowledge and understanding on how to protect and facilitate a safe environment for children as they grow up. This includes how to appropriately treat children who have conditions or illnesses that could limit them physically...

Lupus Awareness Month Blog

October is Lupus Awareness month; the focus of this event is to improve the understanding of this illness for both the general public and health professionals. Lupus is an incurable immune system condition most commonly occurring in females following childbirth that can be mild to severe and affect any...

International Ataxia Awareness Day

The 25th September is International Ataxia Awareness Day; the purpose of this day is to improve people’s understanding of this uncommon disease. Ataxia can occur at any point in a person’s life; its severity and progression can vary greatly. Ataxia stems from damage to the cerebellum, the section of...

Helping Therapists Help Us

Rehabilitation Awareness week is a currently ongoing event aiming to acknowledge the many ways that carers, therapists, nurses and other help people through rehab. It is also important to understand the sacrifices these people make to their own lives and how they put their own bodies or health at...

Arthritis Awareness Month

September is Arthritis Awareness Month; the main objective of this month is to increase people’s knowledge and understanding of the condition with the hope that it will facilitate better treatment in the future. There are over 10 million people who have Arthritis or a similar condition in the UK...

World Wellbeing Week

June 24th-28th is ‘World Wellbeing Week’, the purpose of this week is to highlight and celebrate the work of charities, professional carers and practitioner. Another key objective is to increase general awareness of all the different and important forms of wellbeing: physical, emotional, social, financial, community, career and environmental....

Small Charity Week – Freddie Bed

Small Charity Week is celebrating and promoting the wonderful work that small charities have been able to achieve throughout the UK. Freddie is a 5 year old boy born with Angelman syndrome. Angelman syndrome is a genetic disorder affecting the person’s central nervous system leading to severe physical and...

Carers Week

June 10th-17th is Carers Week, the goal of this week is to raise awareness to the difficulties that carers regularly face in their lives and give recognition to their contribution and support which they give families and groups throughout the UK.  It is also important in helping people identify...