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Lets change neurological care in Scotland

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to work with us at Sue Ryder to ‘take forward’ the recommendations to improve neurological care in our report.

"I am crying out to be heard and fighting the system for a better quality of life for Dee."

Our second Rewrite the Future report – launched today – unfortunately shows that there has been little improvement in the integration of health and social care for people with neurological conditions in Scotland. In this blog post, Thomas McGreevy expresses his frustration at the barriers he’s faced over the past five years while trying to get his wife Dee the neurological care and support she needs.

Great Eastern Run – ‘for Mum’

As Wendy Freeland heads out for a run she has her Mum Barbara’s favourite Motown music playing on her ipod. Even when the going gets tough as she pounds the street quitting isn’t an option. She focuses on her reason for running and pushes on for the next mile.