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SNP MSP Leads Neurological Charity Tribute in Parliament

Bruce Crawford MSP.

Sue Ryder Working Hard to Improve Lives for Those With Neurological Conditions

SNP MSP Bruce Crawford is leading a debate this evening recognising the Sue Ryder report ‘Rewrite the Future’ – which outlines the benefits of consistent specialist care and support for those with neurological conditions.

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Crawford Highlights Impact of Arthritis In Stirling Area

Bruce Crawford MSP meets with Arthritis UK in Parliament

Bruce Crawford MSP was delighted to attend the first Holyrood reception to be held by the newly merged charity, Arthritis Research UK incorporating Arthritis Care Scotland on 5th December, where they heard from people living with arthritis about the healthcare and support they need in Scotland.

Arthritis is among the biggest causes of disability and pain across Scotland, with nearly 700,000 people living with osteoarthritis, around 37,000 people with rheumatoid arthritis and almost one million people with back pain.

The pain, fatigue and lack of mobility caused by arthritis affects every aspect of a person’s life, making everyday tasks such as making a cup of tea, travelling to work or getting out of bed extremely difficult.

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November 2017 Branch Meeting report

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Disabled Members Drop In Session October

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Equalities Day event

Equalities day
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Disabled Members Drop-in Session September

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Morag Fulton, Vice convenor and equalities and disabilities officer of City of Stirling SNP Branch would like to invite all SNP members with or interested in disabilities to this month’s informal drop in session at the Burgh Coffee shop, King Street, Stirling, from 18:00 to 20:00 on Thursday Evening (7th […]

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Disabled Members Drop in Session August

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Local Stirling Candidate Takes Her Story To National Conference

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Disabled Access Must Be A Top Priority For Council And Public Buildings

Morag Fulton

During the last meeting of the full Council, SNP Councillor Alasdair MacPherson raised the issue of disabled access into Stirling Council buildings. In his question, Councillor MacPherson referenced a wheelchair user who is standing in Stirling West ward in the forthcoming Stirling Council election.

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Disabilities drop in session March

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