Nearly mid summer and the group visited our friends at Free Wheel North for some fun messing about on wheels. Hopefully there won't be too many aching muscles in the morning... Peter Dale Epilepsy Futures Coordinator
This week Group 4 visited our friends at the City of Glasgow College. We were shown around the student facilities, and met the President of the Students Association, who encouraged everyone to feel that they would be a welcome part of the student body, if they decide to study there. Members of the Finance … Continue reading “Getting the most out of your health professionals” – Week 4
We now have all seven participants with us, with the last person joining us after a week in the Spanish sunshine. The typically Glasgow May weather (rain) didn't dampen anyone's creative juices as we had our second of six sessions at Project Ability. The group are currently working on some canvases, using acrylic … Continue reading Week 2 of Group 4
The day has dawned and our latest group of participants have embarked on their 24 week "Epilepsy Futures" journey. We have one person missing from the line up, and she will join us next week when she gets back from her holiday. But here they are - Welcome! This morning, there was a fair bit … Continue reading Welcome to Group 4!
The Peer Mentors from Groups 1, 2 and 3 were in on Wednesday 15th in preparation for the arrival of Group 4 on 21st May. The discussion allowed time for lots of reflection about how to effectively support participants to have their own unique experiences on the Epilepsy Futures programme. We talked about how … Continue reading Plans and preparations!
Group 3 graduates with Peter Dale, Epilepsy Futures Coordinator (left) & Shirley Maxwell, Executive Director of Epilepsy Connections (right) There was lots of emotions at Epilepsy Futures today as the six members of Epilepsy Futures reached the end of their 24 week programme and celebrated their time here. Together with the five peer … Continue reading Goodbye Group 3…
We've had a lovely sunny (if cold) week of weather here in Glasgow and it's put a smile on everyone's face, though there are mixed feelings as Group 3 near the end of their Epilepsy Futures journey, with their graduation in a couple of weeks. On Tuesday 9th the group completed the seventh of eight … Continue reading Spring is in the air