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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

Traumatic Brain Injury Read more

Huntington's Disease

Huntington's Disease Read more


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Become a Friend of INS

Becoming a Friend of INS is one of the most positive things you can do to show your concern for people who are affected by these conditions and for their families. Helping people maintain their independence and dignity can take away their fears and be rewarding for you. Read more

Volunteer opportunities

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

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Fundraising ideas

INS is dependent on fundraising to enable it to continue its work and we need help in all areas – from coffee mornings, to quiz nights, to sponsored event and we welcome people who are able to give some time either to fundraise independently or to join our fundraising team. New ideas are always needed! Read more

Legacy giving

Please would you consider leaving a bequest for INS in your Will? As a local charity we rely on support and donations from the local community. One way of giving to INS is to remember us in your Will. 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

Gifts can also be made to INS in memory of those who have passed away. Several INS clients and supporters have requested that donations are made to INS in place of flowers at a funeral. Our thanks to all who have supported INS in this way. Read more


INS is currently unable to offer face-to-face services. However, we are continuing to support our clients and carers by offering virtual group sessions via Zoom videolink - please see below for details of our current programme. Read more


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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