NICE Days of Christmas £5,000 Appeal

NICE - Centre for Movement Disorders is a small charity based in Birmingham. NICE transforms the lives of local people with neurological conditions through Conductive Education; an educational, can-do approach to disability.

The NICE Days of Christmas is an appeal in support of those families who are yet to receive our services. Our goal is to raise £5,000 from our appeal, helping children and adults to attend free introductory sessions with us.

This £5,000 would give four adults affected by a range of neurological conditions the chance to each attend 12 free conductive education sessions at NICE. These sessions provide opportunities to trial positive, can-do techniques to counter the difficulties neurological conditions present. These sessions are essential for adults to understand more about how their abilities prevail in the face of functional changes to their balance and speech.

Reaching £5,000 can also give at least two children facing neurological conditions 12 free conductive education sessions in our parent and child group. They are critical for babies and toddlers to receive early intervention, exploring the world around them with the focus on their unique potential.

Could you join us on our NICE Days of Christmas journey? Supporting the appeal will help to put the control, the “I can do” and the “I will do” in the hands of future NICE families. Helping us to reach £5,000 will ultimately enable families to have NICE days, in which their loved ones facing movement disorders can live with a sense of confidence, certainty and independence.

We would be very grateful if you were interested in joining us for our NICE Days of Christmas £5,000 Appeal. You can donate online by visiting our NICE Days of Christmas page here:

Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of NICE - Centre for Movement Disorders, on Wednesday 4 December, 2019. For more information subscribe and follow

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