This will interest the community of people with #Parkinsons who come you the @TMBC_Kent supported #Neurocafe. @KSCourier @tonbridgeangels @TonbridgeUK @rotarytonbridge @TonbridgeTownTe @tonbridgeOldFS @KentPoliceTon @DemFriendsTon @SDC_newsdesk @tonbridgepkrun @WestKentMind

@communityneuro @BestPracticeUK @UniKent @gtec_BCI Great to be partnering with @UniKent #ParkinsonsCentreforIntegratedTherapy to also support #carer #emotionalhealth and #wellbeing.

Great to be invited by @BestPracticeUK to be at to share in this session "How, through listening to #traumainformed experiences, we (@communityneuro) are delivering more #personcentred #lifestylehealth services (in a van!)

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Why a Tree?

When you stop to look at a tree, do you ever entertain the thought that it has a lifestyle? I’m guessing the answer is likely to be no, as it was for me, up until a few weeks ago. Perhaps if the word is turned around, and it becomes a tree’s ‘style of life’, it may not seem quite so strange. After all, trees have a life. But, what about the ‘style’?     Read more

An evening for all dog lovers when Lifestyle Health Foundation Directors Neil & Damon will share how their family dogs contributed to re-energising their lives, after a brain tumour diagnosis. Read more about this fundraising evening for the Neurocafe Tonbridge from this downloadable PDF or from the Eventdex booking page where you can reserve your seat.

If you have experience or a relative has experience a brain injury, here we provide a selection of short summaries from the science that helps to explain how changes concerning the food we eat and the nature of the general ‘environment’ to support our wellbeing can enhance the success of a rehab programme after a brain injury. To view that document, click here.

Ordinary People; Extraordinary Lives.

Over the coming weeks & months, we will organising conversation with members of our community for them share insights from their lived experiences, for you to learn from. In this first conversation please enjoy the insights from two very ‘ordinary’ men, Chris Freer living with Multiple Sclerosis & Chris Lewis with a diagnosis of a rare cancer. You can watch it from here.  

The Roots of Lifestyle Health

For those lucky enough to have a garden and you are a keen gardener who enjoys growing their own fruit and veg, you will know that preparing the ground is an important first step. This typically requires digging in the compost, before you, or perhaps with your children’s help, start sowing the seeds.  It was those thoughts that lead to the article you can read from here

This will interest the community of people with #Parkinsons who come you the @TMBC_Kent supported #Neurocafe. @KSCourier @tonbridgeangels @TonbridgeUK @rotarytonbridge @TonbridgeTownTe @tonbridgeOldFS @KentPoliceTon @DemFriendsTon @SDC_newsdesk @tonbridgepkrun @WestKentMind

@communityneuro @BestPracticeUK @UniKent @gtec_BCI Great to be partnering with @UniKent #ParkinsonsCentreforIntegratedTherapy to also support #carer #emotionalhealth and #wellbeing.

Great to be invited by @BestPracticeUK to be at to share in this session "How, through listening to #traumainformed experiences, we (@communityneuro) are delivering more #personcentred #lifestylehealth services (in a van!)

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