The Chilterns Neuro Centre has just launched its new out-of-hours service to better support the needs of people with MS, Parkinson’s and stroke survivors who are in work but may still require the support the Centre offers.
BECOME A MEMBER
Whether you have MS, Parkinson’s or you’re a stroke survivor, we offer online and in-person therapy and support for you and your family.
There are many ways to get involved with our charity and make a real difference to people affected by neurological conditions.
MAKE A DONATION
There are many ways to get involved with the charity and make a difference to people affected by neurological conditions..
The Chilterns Neuro Centre
Welcome to Chilterns Neuro Centre. If you are living with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s or you’re a stroke survivor, or if you are caring for someone who is, we’re glad you’ve found us and we look forward to connecting with you on your journey – wherever you’re at.
Here at the Centre, we understand how daunting and isolating diagnosis can feel, and how it can seem like the end of life as you knew it. But our well over 650 members will tell you that here at the Centre it doesn’t have to be that way.
By providing the treatment, tools, knowledge and a community of health professionals and peers, we empower people living with neurological conditions to live life to the full.
Take a look at the classes, therapy groups and events we’re running, and get in touch to find out more about our £25 annual membership.
We can’t wait to meet you in person.
YOUR DONATIONS ARE NEEDED NOW MORE THAN EVER TO SUPPORT THE MENTAL AND PHYSICAL WELLBEING OF PEOPLE WITH NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS
The Chilterns Neuro Centre is celebrating the award of a major grant from the Gosling Foundation over two years to help fund its wellbeing service.
After looking after those closest to you, would you consider leaving a gift to the Chilterns Neuro Centre in your Will? Any gift you choose to leave will help hundreds of local people with neurological conditions to live life to the full, for many years to come.
Mini Miller talks about her experience of yoga and how the breathing exercises and gentle movements can have such a calming effect on her.
Claire Ashburner talks candidly about how the warmth and kindness of new friends she made at the Centre became a major support for her.