Adam needed a specialist Strike Force Powerchair to stay on top of his game, and compete on an even playing field with other players.Read more
ACT gets its name from one of its core messages which is to accept what is out of your own personal control, while committing to action that will improve your quality of life.
Joshua loves playing boccia and wanted to study a sports science course at University, but his care hours didn't support his education.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is holding an information and support day for families from South Asian backgrounds who are affected by muscle-wasting conditions
Thanks to a grant from the Joseph Patrick Trust, Kai now has a new powerchair that caters for his complex and changing needs, and which he likens to a rather fancy sports car.
In November Muscular Dystrophy UK held an online Q&A with Demelza Stuart, Advocacy and Information Officer for Northern and a trained Occupational Therapist.
The theme for the event was ‘Living Life to the Fullest’, and our speakers covered topics from research developments to Powerchair football.
A grant from the Joseph Patrick Trust recently helped one woman retain her job and her independence. Charlotte received funding from the Trust towards adaptations to her car.
Muscular Dystrophy UK are pleased to announce a new project generously supported by Bupa UK Foundation and in collaboration with Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.
The conference was a great opportunity to recognise the people that have made a big contribution to the charity over the past year, read about our President's award winners.
The Scottish Muscle Network are holding a free family day for people living with myotonic dystrophy on Saturday 18 November at the Forth Valley Sensory Centre in Falkirk, Scotland.