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Scottish Huntington's Association - Aiming High at Scottish Parliament - Thursday 11 June 2015

Scottish Huntington's Association are holding an evening event at Scottish Parliament on Thursday 11 June from 4.15 pm - 7.30 pm. All welcome.

This event is sponosred by Hugh Henry, MSP for South Renfrewshire.

Speakers include Jamie Hepburn, Minister for Sport, Health Improvement and Mental Health; Sarah Winckless, SHA Patron and Family Member.

Your invitation is attached here.

CPD Course in Huntington's Disease - 7 & 8 September 2015

Scottish Huntington's Association is running a Continuous Professional Development module for Huntington's disease in conjunction with Stirling University.

The course will take place on 7 & 8 September 2015 at Stirling University.

For further information and to register e-mail DempPG@stir.ac.uk or telephone 01786 467744.

Additional information including an overview of the module and learning outcomes available by downloading the flyer here.

Brain Tumour Action - Summer Day of Fun - 6 June 2015

Brain Tumour Action are teaming up with The Brain Tumour Charity on 6 June 2015 at Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park for a Summer Day of Fun!

Tickets are free for all those with a brain tumour, siblings up to the age of 18 and one carer per family and includes packed lunches. Transport assistance also available.

To book tickets or for further information contact:-

administrator@braintumour.org.uk on 0131 466 3116 or

gus.ironside@thebraintumourcharity.org

Download the flyer here.

Back to work or Volunteering after a stroke - March events

Back to work or volunteering after a stroke

Many people think strokes happen to older people and that the outcome is poor. In fact, about a third of stroke survivors are of working age and of those many will recover and be well enough to return to the workplace.

The Stroke Association in partnership with Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland are holding two events ‘Back to Work or Volunteering after a stroke’ in March 2015.

The events will look at the challenges and opportunities in getting back to work or volunteering and will also highlight good practice.

Visit http://www.stroke.org.uk/scotland for more information and to book a place.

revive ms support annual sports dinner

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Revive MS Support is delighted to announce that its first Sports Dinner, hosted by Des McKeown, will take place on Friday 6 March 2015 in the fantastic No7 room at Celtic Park. The event will celebrate the beautiful game in the company of guest speakers Jimmy Nicholl and Bill Leckie, while helping raise funds for vital support services.

For more details contact cara@revivemssupport.org.uk or telephone 0141 945 3344.

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