Sutton And Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre

Sutton And Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre

Charity information

Sutton And Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre

Every week Sutton & Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre assists around 100 people to stay healthier and happier, with better control of their lives. We do this by helping them to help themselves

Founded 1992

  • Mission statement

    Every week Sutton & Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre assists over 100 people to stay healthier and happier, with better control of their lives. We do this by helping them to help themselves.

    MS is a very frightening condition because once diagnosed a person will not know how affected they will be. It is a neurological disorder where damage to nerves causes the accumulation of disability that can occur over time. Will they be one of the lucky ones and retain the ability to walk or will they end up in a wheelchair? Currently there is no cure, but you can do things to manage it and keep mobile for longer and that’s where the Therapy Centre comes in.

    It is important for people with MS to have an outlet and a place where they can go which offers a range of therapies in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We fulfil this need in a truly positive way. At our Centre people with MS meet like-minded friends, and enjoy a variety of therapies. These include physiotherapy, massage and counselling amongst all the other services we provide. You will also find the information and group support invaluable in coping with MS.

  • Aims

    Sutton And Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre aims to:

    • Our aim is to help people with Multiple Sclerosis take control of their condition so they can lead happy, healthy and independent lives.
  • Overview

    Established: April 1992

    Registered Charity Number: 1044584

    Board members: 9

    Part time staff: 13

    Volunteers: 15

    Phone number: 0208 660 1181

    Address: Bradbury House Lloyd Avenue Coulsdon CR5 2QS

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