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:
Exercise based groups: for people of different physical abilities, aiming to maintain or improve your fitness.
Living well groups: focus on living well with your condition
Symptom management groups: these short-term groups help you manage issues related to your neurological condition. They are open to people with any neurological condition
Communication groups: long term and short-term groups for people with a range of communication difficulties, arising from a neurological condition.
Expanding Horizons: A range of short term groups and outings offering an opportunity to participate in activities of therapeutic benefit. Activities are tailored to the needs of those with a neurological condition
INS has resumed more face-to-face services. We continue to support our clients and carers by offering virtual group sessions via Zoom videolink and face-to-face sessions at our base in Twickenham- please see below for details of our current programme.
INS accepts self-referrals and referrals from GPs, neurologists, therapists, health or social care professionals or a person’s family or friend.
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.
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