April Meeting

 The next meeting of the Greater Manchester Spinal Injury Support Group is on 

Thursday 4th April 2019
at 11.30 – 1.30 
at The Sheldon Arms 
2 Lord Sheldon Way 
Ashton Under Lyne
OL6 7UB

The meeting is free to attend and tea and coffee are provided. 

We are pleased to announce that Liz Taylor, Occupational therapist will be available to give support and advice on a one to one basis.  We are aiming to have a different professional at every meeting, if you have any suggestions of people who you would like to attend then please let me know. 

 If you are interested in attending please feel free to come along   If you would like to contact us you can call John on 074507072020 or reply to this email. 

If you want to keep in touch with us on social media we are on Twitter or on facebook 

We also have a new website www.manchesterspinal.co.uk 

Liz will be on hand to answer questions about any issues you may have with your wheelchair or any aids or adaptations to help support your independence.  

If you would like more information about Liz and her team them you can visit them at www.munrotherapyservices.co.ukor join them on Twitter or Facebook

Liz Taylor is  a Neuro- Occupational Therapist, who professionally driven to help people become more independent within their daily lives.
She has  worked within all areas of Neurology, previously  working at Hope Hospital, The Walton Centre, Highbank and within community neuro settings prior to establishing MTS.
Liz  feels it is important that everyone is given a chance at rehabilitation, regardless of their social, educational, cultural or mental health background.
Liz  feels that her key professional achievements are in making a difference to the lives of her clients; such as helping them to shower independently, or enabling them to be able to go out on their own. Liz’s greatest professional achievement to date is working with a client who, following brain injury, was told he would never live independently but who, as a result of h input, is now living in his own flat and can access his local community independently.