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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy covers our collection of personal information you provide to us during the course of your interaction with the INS website and data collected through related electronic communications. Personal information includes any information attached to your name or contact details i.e. any information that can be traced back to an individual person. Read more

Traumatic Brain Injury

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Huntington's Disease

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Corporate partners

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Volunteer opportunities

Cliff came to INS three years ago on the suggestion of his wife. Having spent 25 years specialising in health and safety at the BBC, he discovered that his services were greatly needed at the charity. Read more

Set-up a fundraising page

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Fundraising ideas

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Legacy giving

Providing for family and friends is naturally your first priority. If you decide, after providing for them, that you can also help INS to continue its work, be assured that any gift – large or small – will make a real difference to people’s lives in the future. Read more

Give in memory

Providing for family and friends is naturally your first priority. If you decide, after providing for them, that you can also help INS to continue its work, be assured that any gift – large or small – will make a real difference to people’s lives in the future. Read more

Condition

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Multiple sclerosis (MS)

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most widespread disabling neurological disorder affecting young adults. In the UK there are more than 100,000 people diagnosed with MS. Read more

Groups

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Top tips for living well

INS offers a variety of long term and short-term groups. Some of these groups are for people with a specific neurological condition, while others are open to all neurological conditions. Our groups focus on different areas; some are exercise based, others focus on managing symptoms, while others provide you with an opportunity to try out different activities. Read more

What is a neurological condition?

A neurological condition is a disease, illness or trauma that affects the central or peripheral nervous system. Examples of symptoms include paralysis, tremor, cognitive difficulties, muscle weakness, poor coordination, loss of sensation, seizures, confusion, pain and altered levels of consciousness. Read more

Refer

INS accepts self-referrals and referrals from GPs, neurologists, therapists, health or social care professionals or a person’s family or friend. Read more

Promoting learning

Your journey with INS aims to enable you to live more independently, safely, with dignity and in the knowledge that INS will aim to meet your needs and the needs of those that care for you. Read more

Health and social care

Social work is a practice-based profession and an academic discipline that promotes social change and development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people. Read more

How to refer

INS accepts self-referrals and referrals from GPs, neurologists, therapists, health or social care professionals or a person’s family or friend. Read more

Looking after yourself

A neurological condition is a disease, illness or trauma that affects the central or peripheral nervous system. Examples of symptoms include paralysis, tremor, cognitive difficulties, muscle weakness, poor coordination, loss of sensation, seizures, confusion, pain and altered levels of consciousness. Read more

Groups and activities

INS offers a variety of long term and short term groups. Some of these groups are for people with a specific neurological condition, while others are open to all neurological conditions. Our groups focus on different areas; some are exercise based, others focus on managing symptoms, while others provide you with an opportunity to try out different activities. Read more