Life should not stop after a neuro diagnosis...

In view of on-going measures to tackle the spread of the COVID-19 virus, INS face-to-face groups remain suspended until further notice. However, we are also arranging to meet a limited number of clients in person, invited on a one-to-one basis. INS continues to offer support to clients by video and phone contact - click here for details of our virtual groups. We are currently reviewing our charging policy & having to postpone fundraising events, but if you are able to make a donation, please follow this link and check for details of how to get INS Christmas cards. If support is required, please use our referral form. For the latest updates, see our Newsletter and view our news page. When our full range of services resume, here is how we can help

How you can help

Raising funds for INS

INS is a charity. We provide support to many hundreds of people every year, support that is simply not available on the NHS or offered by any other charity. We do not get any money from the NHS and we have to raise the funds to maintain our services.

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Volunteering

INS welcomes anybody who is willing to offer their skills and some of their time to assist us in all areas of our work. Almost anyone can be a volunteer. We already have a team of invaluable volunteers who help us in many ways but we are always looking for more support.

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30,500

In South West and West London 30,500 people are living with a neurological diagnosis!

INS supports many of them to have an independent and as quality of life as possible.

Our blog

  • What INS can do for you

    Having a neurological condition often leads to reduced communication skills and self-confidence and a loss of mobility. This can mean that people are unable to go out and therefore, become isolated at home or within a limited environment – as do their carers. Read more

  • Why INS is so needed

    INS is an innovative registered charity providing long-term support to people and their carers with a neurological condition such as: multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease (PD), and Stroke. Read more

2.6 Challenge

  • INS Newsletter (Autumn 2020)

    Details of what's been happening at INS in recent months and plans for the coming weeks in our latest Newsletter... Find out how our staff and clients took part in the 2.6 Challenge, raising in excess of £2,000 for INS. Events included a 2.6 mile run, running on the spot for 26 minutes, and a 26-line poem! You can continue to show your support by clicking the Donate button at the top of the page. Read more