Powerchair football player Bradley Addison has been honoured with a Pride of Birmingham award.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is supporting individuals and families affected by muscle-wasting conditions at regional information and support days.
On Friday 24th March Muscular Dystrophy UK held an information day in London following the annual UK Neuromuscular Translational Research Conference.
Ravi Mehta received a Joseph Patrick Trust (JPT) grant towards the cost of eye gaze equipment. Ravi, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, tells us about his new equipment.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is offering you and your family a chance to join us at a fun day out with other people affected by muscle-wasting conditions in Birmingham or Doncaster.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is working in partnership to provide better NHS services.
Muscular Dystrophy UK have launched new resources to help you start discussions with teenagers about planning for their futures.
Congratulations to Sam Smith who has been selected to represent England at this year's Powerchair Football World Cup. His mother has described her excitement
In February Martyn Sibley joined us on our Facebook page to hold a Q&A on accessible holidays. People were able to put their own questions that were answered at the time.
The JPT grant enabled me to get my scooter and it’s completely changed my life! I’m now able to independently go out whenever I like, and I don’t have to rely on anyone to push me.