Inspire Others

Navigating Holidays with a Neurological Condition

With the weather warming up and summer only around the corner, we were thinking about holidays (we know that you have been, too!) We all know that holidays or time away, whether abroad or a stay-cation can be relaxing, enjoyable, and a much-needed break from home life for many. However, from an Acceptance and Commitment […]

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Happy Christmas (and Anniversary) from Inspire Others!

To celebrate the first anniversary of our website launch, we had hoped to finally all meet up in person. Unfortunately the cold weather and covid had other ideas, so we hosted a festive zoom party instead! Jude Berraondo created a wonderful video to show just how far we’ve all come in a year both personally, […]

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What Matters to Inspire Others?

In Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), we use the term ‘values’ to refer to activities that give our lives meaning. If we think of valuing as a ‘doing word’ (valuing), then we recognise that each day we are taking small steps towards or away from what is important to us. Values are not goals, in that […]

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Craig’s Story

In this video, Craig shares his experience of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and rehabilitation after a motorbike accident at 60mph. Craig speaks about the impact of his head and spinal injuries on life 10 years later. He provides insight into the ongoing difficulties with memory, speech, and fatigue, and shares his coping skills. Keeping […]

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October is ‘Dysautonomia Awareness Month’

The first Dysautonomia Awareness Month was launched in October 2012 by Dysautonomia International.  What is Dysautonomia? Dysautonomia is an umbrella term used to describe several different medical conditions that cause a malfunction of the Autonomic Nervous System.  The Autonomic Nervous System controls the “automatic” functions of the body that we do not consciously think about, such as […]

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Inspire Others – A Co-Design Process

We worked with clients who are on their neurological recovery journey to co-design a website.  Inspire Others was designed by clients that are on their neurological recovery journey, and the clinicians that work alongside them. What is Co-design? Co-design describes the process of designers and end-users (in our project, our designers are the therapists and […]

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Thank you to our Sponsors!

We are very thankful for our sponsors, Leigh Day Solicitors and Neuro Proactive, at each stage of the ‘Inspire Others’ project. Click here to learn more from our generous sponsors about why they were willing to support the ‘Inspire Others’ project. This month, Leigh Day Solicitors have kindly chosen to support us with developing our […]

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Amy’s Story

Amy shares her experience of living well with neurological conditions, including Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Epilepsy, and ADHD.

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