Welcome to the Chilterns MS Centre
We have been providing advice and care to people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and their families for 30 years. Our main goal is to help people gain greater control over their MS so that they continue to lead happy and healthy lives.
Everyone here understands MS, whether it’s our expert and approachable staff, our fantastic volunteers or one of our over 500 members themselves. MS is endlessly variable, totally unpredictable and can lead to disability. We provide comprehensive and holistic care such as physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, oxygen therapy, acupuncture and massage to over 330 people each week. We also have a dedicated carers support service as we know that MS affects the loved ones of the people with MS too.
So many members love the social aspect of coming to the Centre as well, having a chat whilst enjoying a cuppa and a piece of cake from our Centenary Café or joining the social group. To find out more about us, what we do and how we do it take a look at the Films page
Sponsored Static Bike Ride
We made it!
World's End to Land's End is over, with all 311 miles completed with a few extra in the tank. We sounded the final horn at 16:30 and 318 miles done so we didn't end up in the sea! Thank you to all our staff and volunteers that came down on a Saturday and peddled their hearts out. To the Garden Centre staff that jumped on a bike to give us a hand! In addition to all the collectors, supporters and donators that came out and kept moral high!
A Big thank you to all in Team Chilterns MS Centre!
Click here to see the pictures from the day.
Walk the MS Mile is back…
And it’ll be bigger than ever! Register here for your local walk:
Saturday 9 September (morning)–Berkhamsted
Saturday 16 September (morning) – Beaconsfield
Saturday 16 September (afternoon) – High Wycombe
Saturday 23 September (morning) – Aylesbury
Saturday 23 September (afternoon) – Marlow
Renowned Neuropsychologist Dr Anita Rose Guest Speaker at AGM
We had over 70 members at our Annual General Meeting on Sunday 11th June. We were delighted to welcome Dr Anita Rose, Clinical Neuropsychologist, as our guest speaker.
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