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The Brain Charity can also help anyone with a neurological condition, their family and carers with shopping, collecting prescriptions, etc.

If you need help, please get in touch: Email The Brain Charity or call us free on 0800 008 6417 (Monday-Friday: 9am-4.30pm)

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The Brain Charity’s counselling team can provide help to clients through talking therapy for issues like anxiety, low mood, stress, behaviour, relationship problems and general wellbeing. Following an initial telephone interview with Aspasia Ftenou, our Counselling Co-Ordinator, individuals will be allocated to a counsellor best suited to their needs.  We provide counselling at The Brain Charity's centre in Liverpool city centre.

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The NHS long term plan has been long awaited since the NHS had its 70th birthday last year. The decade long plan lays out the expected saving potential of the NHS up to its 80th birthday, specifying the wealth of funding that will be making its way to the NHS and also where the focuses will be for the distribution of this funding.

Read More: European Neuro Convention provides platform to support NHS 10 year plan

My name is Kellyann Lea; I am a Stroke Specialist Speech and Language Therapist working in independent practice. This year I had the good fortune of being able to source funding to provide speech therapy to people with aphasia*. The finances were offered by a very kind and altruistic gentleman whom I had the great pleasure of treating.

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Lyme disease is something you might get from a nasty little insect called a tick. Thousands of people in this country are bitten by ticks every year. Sometimes this will be more than just the insect bite, sometimes a tick bite can result in an infection with serious complications - including long-term neurological problems.

Read More: Ticked off by Lyme Disease