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At Remap we recognise that many of the people we help are at particular risk from coronavirus. In addition, our free service is provided by a network of volunteers, many of whom are retired and at additional risk themselves.

Our priority is to keep everyone safe so we are avoiding face to face contact where possible. You can find our policy statement here. As ever, please contact your nearest Remap group for their advice.

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Motor Neurone Disease event

Posted 6 October 2016 in News

Motor neurone event

Remap was represented at the MND Association Education Conference in Kettering by Tony Lake, a volunteer and Chair of our Northamptonshire group. Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi Professor of Neurology and Complex Disease Genetics King’s College London opened the event with an overview of motor neurone disease and was followed by a moving account of the impact of MND from David Solomon who has the disease.

Tony is pictured at the event standing on a screw lift made by Remap Northants. It is operated by an electric drill and was made for a local person with rheumatoid arthritis. Remap was pleased to tell people about the free service we offer to people with MND.

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