Hydrotherapy for People with Multiple Sclerosis
Following a successful 3 days per week Pilot Project for Hydrotherapy, we would like to extend the provision of this therapy to 5 days per week.
Since starting Hydrotherapy in March 2015 we have seen a steady increase in our waiting time and would like to be able to meet the demand.
January 2016 - December 2016
Kent Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre Limited
Hydrotherapy enables people with mobility issues to move limbs which are often difficult or impossible to move. Additional funding would enable us to hire a Hydrotherapist for additional sessions.
By providing additional sessions, the waiting list will be reduced and more people with MS will benefit from Hydrotherapy.
Provide more Hydrotherapy sessions during 2016
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Success will be opening the Hydrotherapy pool 5 days per week and shortening the waiting time between appointments.
The benefits of people with Multiple Sclerosis having Hydrotherapy are far reaching. It maintains and sometimes improves mobility and enables people who are completely wheelchair bound to take part in a therapy which enables them to move their limbs freely.
There is a risk that we won't receive enough funding to fund a Hydrotherapist for 5 days per week. The Centre will continue to fundraise to ensure any shortfall can be met.
Funders of this project will receive an annual newsletter detailing the progress of this project, the number of sessions available and the waiting time.
Budget - Project Cost: £4,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £4,000 Hydrotherapy Pool Providing additional Hydrotherapy Sessions
The Kent MS Therapy Centre is located in Canterbury and supports people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis across the whole of the South and East of Kent.
People with Multiple Sclerosis who live in Kent. The Centre is the only one of its kind supporting the whole of South and East Kent.
It is a dedicated purpose built MS Therapy Centre and is the only one of its kind serving the whole of the South and East of Kent.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
The Hydrotherapist provides hands-on hydrotherapy at the Centre. They also carry out initial assessments with the Centre users.
The assistant helps the Hydrotherapist with the therapy sessions and is always on hand for any additional support that the Centre user may need.