The Chilterns MS Centre supports around 600 people. That's 600 lives changed as a result of our amazing clinicians, volunteers and the wonderful team behind them. However, all of this comes at a significant cost. This year, our physiotherapy costs alone amount to £330,292. We need to raise this money from generous donations every year and that is why we are asking if you could help us by donating to our Power of Physio Spring Appeal.
Celebrating local art at the Chilterns MS Centre
A record amount was raised at this year’s Pop Up Art Weekend as over a thousand art enthusiasts descended on the Chilterns MS Centre in Wendover.
Ashridge Home Care working with the Chilterns MS Centre to promote independent living
The Chilterns MS Centre is delighted to have formed a new association with Ashridge Home Care, an award-winning local provider offering personalised one to one care to those who need it, so they can remain in the comfort of their own home.
Pop-Up Art Weekend returns to Wendover
The Pop-Up Art Weekend is returning to Wendover on the Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 March as the Chilterns MS Centre transforms from a MS Therapy Centre to one of the best art exhibitions in the area.
Vacancy: Band 6 Occupational Therapist
Post Title: Permanent Band 6 Occupational Therapist Location: Wendover, Buckinghamshire Salary: £33,706-£40,588 FTE Hours: Flexible; 20-30 hours dependent on availability Contract: Permanent (subject to an initial 6-month probationary period) Specialty: Neurological Conditions / Neuro Rehab (Must be HCPC registered) We are looking for an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to join our highly experienced and diverse multidisciplinary...
Vacancy: Band 7 Physiotherapist
Job Title: Band 7 Physiotherapist Hours: 16.5 hours a week (5.5 hours x three days) Contract: Temporary, 4 – 6 month contract with possibility of permanent contract at end Salary: £41,659-£47,672 per annum (FTE) dependent on experience We have an exciting opportunity for someone to join our Integrated Clinical Team, working with people affected by...
Together we will be stronger in sharing our journey
Laurel Miller was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2014 on March 20th. It’s a date that sticks in her mind because it was the day everything changed. This is her story.
An important cog in the system
Chilterns MS Centre Patron, Trishna Bharadia, has not let multiple sclerosis (MS) stop her from leading a full and busy life. Since her diagnosis she has been active in promoting awareness of MS and in advocating for others. Here she talks about some of the challenges she has faced and how the people, community and...
A million miles from where we started
A member of Chilterns MS Centre since 2013, Jenny tells us about the moment she was diagnosed with MS, how it changed her life, and how she learned to live a full and meaningful life again. Jenny knew something wasn’t quite right with her overall health in the three years leading up to her diagnosis....
New Chief Executive at the Centre
The Chilterns MS Centre is delighted to announce that Richard Parkin will be taking over the role of Chief Executive when Andy Graham steps down at the end of the year. Richard is the current Director of Finance and Resources at Union of Brunel Students at Brunel University where he had been since 2015, also...