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The search is on to find Yorkshire’s most inspirational women for the annual Women of Achievement Awards. Established by Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice, the annual event recognises women who have made an outstanding contribution in Yorkshire across eight categories: Business, Education, Young Achiever, Sport, Jane Tomlinson Courage Award, Community Impact Award, Arts, and Science & Technology, as well as to Sue Ryder.

"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.

People with neurological conditions in Scotland are being let down

Over a year on from our initial ground-breaking Rewrite the Future report, we have found that little has changed in terms of levels of support for people with neurological conditions who live in Scotland.