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Preventing the Unnecessary

“Disability is articulated as a struggle, an unnecessary burden that one must overcome to the soundtrack of a string crescendo.  But disabled lives are multi-faceted – brimming with personality, pride, ambition, love, empathy and wit.” – Sinead Burke.        Today my, largely, hidden disability became more […]

Brexit and My Therapy Services

⭐️⭐️⭐️Announcement⭐️⭐️⭐️ Please note that I am currently not taking any new referrals for my therapy services. I hope this will be a temporary situation. As most people who know about me are aware, I have Parkinson’s Disease. This is managed by medication and so I am able to […]

My Parkinson’s Review

As many of my readers who are, themselves, living with Parkinson’s will know, we patients have to attend a regular consultation with our Neurologists to discuss how we have been doing and to monitor for disease progression.  Today, I attended my second review appointment.  This time, to help […]

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