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REGISTERED CHARITY ENGLAND & WALES 1173607

REGISTERED CHARITY ENGLAND & WALES

Charity no.: 1173607

Charity Address: 21 Chetwode, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 1QN


OBJECTIVES

The relief of sickness and preservation of health of those affected by Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) and their families, carers and communities.  In particular, but not exclusively by:

  • Raising awareness and understanding of the general public into the nature, causes, diagnosis, prevent, treatment and recovery of FND through social media, charitable events, medical conference and any other educational means such as leaflets and booklets.
  • Coordinating a voluntary FND patients register to assist doctors in the advancement of new and ongoing research, prevent, treatment and recovery of FND in partnership with the Genetic Alliance.
  • Working with Medical and Allied Health Professionals to provide a better understanding of FND, improve medical protocols, and promote ethical standards for FND through personal contact, advocacy and training.
Scotland Charity Information

REGISTERED CHARITY SCOTLAND

Charity no. SC048333 

 


Charity Purpose

B – the advancement of education
D – the advancement of health
N – the relief of those in need by reason of age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage


Charity Objectives

The relief of sickness and preservation of health of those affected by Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) and their families, carers and communities. In particular, but not exclusively by:

  • Raising awareness and understanding of the general public into the nature, causes, diagnosis, prevention, treatment and recovery of FND through social media, charitable events, medical conferences and any other educational means such as Leaflets and Booklets.
  • Coordinating a voluntary FND parents register to assist doctors in the advancement of new and ongoing research, prevention, treatment and recovery of FND in partnership with the Genetic Alliance
  • Working with Medical and Allied Health professionals to provide a better understanding of FND, improve medical protocols, and promote ethical standards for Functional Neurological Disorder through personal contact, advocacy and training.