Frequent visitors to our website and readers of our newsletters will be familiar with the FACETS (Fatigue: Applying Cognitive behavioural and Energy effectiveness Techniques to life Style) courses run from our Treatment Room in the Vassall Centre, Bristol (read article here).
Do you have MS? Do you live in the Bristol area? Do you have MS related fatigue?
Fatigue Management Courses
Trained staff are currently running FACETS Groups at our MS Meeting Point in the Vassall Centre in Bristol and we will continue to support training for other professionals who wish to develop FACETS therapy clinics.
Do you have MS?
Do you live in the Bristol area? Do you have MS related fatigue?
If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact email@example.com
In collaboration with the University of Bristol and The CRIC
(Centre for Research and Imaging Centre) MS Research is supporting a preliminary study to try and help us understand more about fatigue and MS. If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The bathroom scales are very conveniently placed…and then you soon realize that you cannot stand immobile safely long enough to take a proper reading. You have no core stability and pull down a towel rail when falling…Is it familiar?
Multiple Sclerosis or MS attacks the nerve fibres that carry messages to and from your brain, symptoms can occur in any part of your body and that includes poor core stability. That means falling a lot during the day. These falls are so frequent….they do not get mentioned. Then one forgets the easy way of stepping on the scale.
Among all of what is happening with coping with an everyday life with MS, stepping on weighing scales is the last thing that comes to mind…
But you need to check:
before an operation with general anaesthetics.
during assessments by health and care professionals.
some medications need to be administered according to your weight.
It is important to check your weight regularly, easily and with a minimum of fuss.There are means that enable this in your community:
ask your GP to be referred to a local Nutritionist or Dietician
Scrap donations are based on the weight of the metal…Giveacar takes cars, vans, lorries, ride-on lawnmowers or farm machinery as well. The vehicle you’ll give will help find better answers for people living with Multiple Sclerosis..
We would love for you to join us during MS Awareness Week this year at our new “Meeting Point” in Bristol listen to expert guest speakers discussing relevant MS related issues, or maybe just for a cup of tea and a chat with one of our professionals, volunteers or trustees? Read More …
THE ROUGH GUIDE to Accessible Britain The fourth edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is available to view…look out for any inspiration for festive venues this end of year. There are hundreds of reviews of accessible attractions you will be spoilt for choice this Christmas!
Accessible Britain reviewer and foreword writer, Emma Bowler, shares her thoughts on the fourth edition: “All the sites have been reviewed by disabled people for access as well as quality entertainment, and we have introduced three fantastic new features: scenic drives, town reviews and 2012 Olympic venues, which I’m really excited about!”