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Friday, 15 January 2021


NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders

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How lockdown affected Lucy’s conductive journey as a first year student

Lucy Meredith is a second-year student on the BA in CE/QCS course at Birmingham City University/NICE Conductive College. Lucy writes: At the beginning of September...

Local charity NICE is open for adult consultations

NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders, previously known as the National Institute for Conductive Education, is open and welcoming adults with neurological conditions. After moving...

NICE: CEO talking about the past few months at the charity

A Tale of Three Parts by Dr. Melanie Brown Chief Executive and Director of Services Pre-lockdown I often smile to myself when I think how my...

Brin’s cycling challenge to celebrate 15 years of post-stroke improvement

15 years ago as a fit and healthy 47-year-old husband and dad, I had a cycling accident; 28 stitches in a shoulder wound and...

NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders: No limits to stroke survival – busting the myths

Brin's Story Brin has cycled over a thousand miles on his exercise bike during the lockdown, and he's set to pedal many more by Monday...
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