‘Through conductive education sessions, children with a variety of motor disorders, including cerebral palsy and dyspraxia, learn ways in which they can live their lives as independently as possible. In the same way, we also help adults with parkinson’s and stroke. These life changing sessions are accessed by families from within the surrounding counties as well as other regions of the country.’
The Power of Patrons
With 2 doctors among the 6 trustees do medical and disability based charities need patrons and ambassadors? Well like many charities the answer is yes. It is essential to improve the awareness, profile and understanding of the charities issues and the objectives they seek to address. That patrons help with fund raising is also a key role for Patrons.
Patrons for Megan Baker House :
Jo Brand, Lady Foley, Professor Tamar Thompson OBE, Sascha Kindred OBE, Ian Whybrow , Bill Wiggin MP, Colin Blunstone, Linda Tolchard . Their ambassadors also include: Charles Hazlewood and Grant Simmonds.
The charity seems to demonstrate it’s well thought out support to augment a professional team.