3 PAGES 1 2 3
May
29

Unreasonable Assumptions

Posted on Tuesday 29th May, 2012

EDRIC's Chairman and Deputy Chairman, Geoff Adams-Spink and Björn Håkansson, visited an international conference for occupational therapists in Stockholm on May 25 and 26 to promote DysNet, the limb difference network, and the Ex-Center, a specialist clinic for dysmelia in Stockholm.

...  Read further about Unreasonable Assumptions


May
28

DysNet Chairman, Geoff Adams-Spink, appointed to Board of Disability Rights UK

Posted on Monday 28th May, 2012

28 MAY 2012, LONDON: DysNet, the newly-launched limb difference network, is delighted to announce that its chairman, Geoff Adams-Spink, has been appointed to the board of Disability Rights UK. 

...  Read further about DysNet Chairman, Geoff Adams-Spink, appointed to Board of Disability Rights UK


May
27

Reach - Association for Children with Upper Limb Deficiency

Posted on Sunday 27th May, 2012

One of our aims at DysNet is to highlight the work of great charities and support groups for people with limb differences.  Our very first guest is Gary Phillips, the Director of the UK upper limb deficiency charity, Reach.  Gary has been a strong and early supporter of DysNet and we're really pleased that he's written an article exclusively for us:

...  Read further about Reach - Association for Children with Upper Limb Deficiency


May
27

Support from the UK Associate Parliamentary Limb Loss Group for DysNet:

Posted on Sunday 27th May, 2012

APLLGThe UK Associate Parliamentary Limb Loss Group has welcomed the launch of DysNet. 

...  Read further about Support from the UK Associate Parliamentary Limb Loss Group for DysNet:


May
25

Limb difference and rare disease news from this week - check out our round up!

Posted on Friday 25th May, 2012

Thanks to everyone this week who supported our launch, especially Ingrid at Kunstarmblog, Gary at Reach and most importantly Rob Pleticha and Denis Costello at RareConnect

...  Read further about Limb difference and rare disease news from this week - check out our round up!


3 PAGES 1 2 3

COMMENTS HAVE BEEN TURNED OFF FOR THIS ARTICLE!

Most Recent comments

No recent comments

Subscribe by Email

RSS Feed XHTML CSS 508

We are happy to accept donations by direct bank transfer to our account in Sweden: