Specialist equipment that improves mobility for people living with multiple sclerosisDisability

Samson Centre for MS

Mobility for people living with multiple sclerosis

The Samson Centre for MS provides free practical and emotional support for those in their teens and upwards who are living with multiple sclerosis in Surrey. Each year, they deliver approximately 3,500 physiotherapy sessions, 4,000 exercise classes, 2,500 gym sessions and 2,500 oxygen therapy treatments to MS sufferers.

The Axis Foundation’s donation of £3,172 will enable the centre to purchase two Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) units and fund ancillary equipment over a three-year period. FES is a treatment that uses the application of small electrical charges to improve mobility. These FES units are a vital part of treatment for those with MS and our donation is projected to help over 300 people over the course of three years.

 “This donation is very much appreciated and both now and in the coming three years will make a difference to the lives of many people who are living with multiple sclerosis. Thank you all once again for your most kind and generous gift!” – Denice Logan Rose, Samson Centre

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