Saturday 17th March 2018 Holiday Inn, Oxford.
Come along and also meet young 21yr blogger Chloe Hodge who talks about her Essential Tremor. You can read her blog http://tremor.org.uk/chloe-blogging-and-tremor.html
Chloe will be on hand with other young adults for chat.
Chilworth Manor Hotel, Southampton, February 18th 2018. A wonderful turnout at the ET meeting. A great group, very interactive. Topics discussed were coping tips – various medications people used – ways to raise awareness – meetups and much more along with social chat. Some guests may have arrived as strangers but left as friends!
The Salisbury Shakers Support Group are meeting Saturday 17th February in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Contact Sheelagh Wurr Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for details and times.
The NTF ET Open Day in Oxford is for anyone with or without tremors and from anywhere around the country. Perhaps some of you are visiting UK from abroad that weekend for a holiday. If so, why not make a weekend break in the historic town of Oxford. We’d love to see you there. Please contact Jackie Farrell if you have any questions about the event. thanks, Email: email@example.com
As part of March Essential Tremor Awareness month National Tremor Foundation are hosting an Open Day in Oxford, March 17th. So why not make a note in your diary and join us at Holiday Inn, Peartree Roundabout Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 8JD. Participants and programme TBA. Organizer Jackie Farrell. For further details or to reserve your place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We feature in our Famous People categories the late actress Katherine Hepburn click for more info.. She had familial Essential Tremor of her head (inherited from her grandfather) and voice which were both very noticeable in her film “On Golden Pond”.
Exciting news: testing of tremor stabilisation technology is happening in London this February. Below is information from the GyroGear team:
“GyroGear is a London-based company developing GyroGlove, a wearable device for hand tremor reduction. The device is in engineering stage and multiple trials are going on. Next round of tests of GyroGlove prototypes designed to stabilise hand and wrist are commencing on January 29th and will run till February 16th.
The company is seeking participants diagnosed with Essential Tremor willing to participate in testing of the device and contribute to the research.
The tests are normally carried out in London lab (Islington) take on average 1.5 hours.
GyroGear realises that travelling to London can be challenging for some people who are willing to participate in the research. Please, contact the company if you are located outside of London and we will do our best to arrange testing at a closer location.
If you are seeking a non-medication solution please consider participation. This is the chance to make difference and create a game-changer for so many people with ET.
You can contact GyroGear by sending an email to email@example.com or giving a call to one of the researchers at 073 78 151845 (Nadya).”
As part of National Tremor Foundation Essential Tremor Awareness month 2018, London & SE Essential Tremor group will have an ET information table at the QEF Equipment Fair, Carshalton, Surrey.
March 17th 2018.
As part of National Essential Tremor Awareness (NETA), an ET awareness day will take place at Holiday Inn, Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK.
For further details please contact organizer Jackie Farrell – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have included our LLWET PEACE acronym into a calendar that you may like to print out.
Pace = Pace my day
Energy = Use it wisely
Activity = Include at least one activity each day
Calm = Take a few long, slow, smooth deep breaths throughout the day.
Enjoy = Enjoy the moment – Include fun elements in my day.
So how do I use the acronym? In a variety of ways. It could include just one of the words, or sometimes meditating on the whole word “Peace” visualizing it embracing everything. I’ll simply go with the flow and enjoy what transpires.
Wishing everyone PEACE in 2018.