Upper Bann MP David Simpson has met with a local families to hear of their anguish and disappointment of how Lyme Disease is firstly diagnosed, and secondly treated and managed within Northern Ireland.
There is life after stroke, as young women’s group marks second year
Having a stroke at the age of nine or 25 is not in most people’s life plans but for members of the Young Women After Stroke Group it is a reality and one they are learning to recover from with each other’s help.
The family of Banbridge-man Trevor Winton who sadly lost his battle with cancer in August 2015 are continuing to fund raise in his memory by presenting another significant donation to the local Southern Area Hospice.
Nearly half of employers hesitant about hiring someone with a disability
Nearly half of employers (45 per cent) are hesitant about hiring someone with a disability because of fears they wouldn’t be able to do the job according to latest research from disability organisation Purple.
Residents in Banbridge will be able to benefit from a new physiotherapy service, which is helping to speed up care for patients who come to Craigavon Area Hospital’s Emergency Department with musculoskeletal problems.