Our Service Providers
Medway Neurological Network has engaged with the following organisations that have a role in the provision of health and social care in Medway:
Anna Chaplaincy, Rochester Cathedral*
Canterbury Cantata Trust: In association with Medway Neurological Network to provide Medway Skylarks.
To see the Trust's February 2022 newsletter, please click Here.
Involving Medway/ Red Zebra
Community Bulletins: please click to see Issue 1 April or here for Issue 2 May. Issue 3, dated 14 May, can be seen by clicking HERE.
To subscribe to these Bulletins please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medway Community Healthcare CIC (MCH) Adult Rehabiltation
Medway Council: Disability Services - Medway Physical Disabilities Board; Health & Adult Social Care Overview & Scrutiny Committee*
Medway NHS Foundation Trust* - Medway Maritime Hospital. Please click HEREto see the Autumn 2023 issue of the Trust's Community Engagement Newsletter. A members' meeting on Prevention & management of fragility will be held on Wednesday 15 November, virtually, see invite
Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise (VCSE Community Covid-19 Online Response meetings)
Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise (VCSE) Leaders Network
To view the MVA Newsletter for May 2023, please click HERE.
Disabilty Medway Network *: Connecting People. Our aims are to encourage and support people with disabilities to take up a greater role in society. To raise awareness of both physical and hidden disability’s. To campaign for improved disability services and facilities. To promote both physical and mental wellbeing and to help combat loneliness.
wHoo Cares CIC: is a community interest company created to support individuals on the Hoo Peninsula. We know that everyone is unique and sometimes we all need a bit of extra help which will enable us to manage the challenges we face. Please click HERE to view the Spring 2023 Newsletter.
* These organisation have a permanent seat on the Medway Neurological Network Steering Group
1. Brain & Spine Foundation:
Is the only UK-wide charity providing information and support for every one of the over 470 neurological disorders which affect 1 in 6 people in the UK. Its expert services are there for people at every stage, from first symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, and in the long term. Neurological conditions and associated treatments are often complex and poorly understood by those affected and their families. Many people wait for a long time for diagnosis while living with on-going symptoms and the anxiety of not knowing what the future holds. The Brain & Spine Foundation exists to provide information, answer questions, reduce anxiety, and to inform choices.
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Medway Neurological Network is engaging with the Brain & Spine Foundation to further develop the concept of neuro-cafes.
2. Primary Care & Community Neurology Society
Is a growing organisation of likeminded healthcare professionals, and partnering organisations including companies and charities who all share a desire to drive up the standard of services to improve neurology care across primary care and the wider neurology community. P-CNS has become the leading voice for supporting the connecting up of neurology care between Primary Care and the wider neurology community. The P-CNS’s vision is for sustainable provision of consistent and high quality neurological care and education services across primary care, connecting primary care to neurology services, based in the community.
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Medwany Neurological Network is emgaging with P-CNS to help develop the Medway Neuro-hub concept and perhaps utilise it elsewhere in the country.