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Robert Meadowcroft, CEO for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, talks about the achievements of the charity in 2011 at the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign National Conference 2011

Robert Meadowcroft, CEO for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, talks about the achievements of the charity in 2011 at the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign National Conference 2011

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  • 1. Working together Robert Meadowcroft Chief Executive Muscular Dystrophy Campaign National Conference 15 October 2011
  • 2. The charity today
    • Making real progress in our fight
    • Harsh economic climate and pressure on our income
    • Open and listening charity
    • Volunteers, trustees and staff
    • Focused, caring and determined
  • 3. Supporting more people
    • Information and advice line – new, longer hours
    • More publications, factsheets and the website
    • MD Links and TalkMD
    • Impact of advocacy service
    • 31 Care Advisors, NHS-funded
    • Reaching more people and families
  • 4. The NeuroMuscular Centre
    • 360 service users
    • 15 employees with muscular dystrophy
    • 8,600 physiotherapy treatments
    • 20 students gained qualifications
    • An independent partner - April 2012
    • A second NMC - West Midlands plans
  • 5. Direct grants for independence
    • 6,000 people supported by JPT
    • with £6m grants over 25 years
    • - warm thanks to the Patrick family
    • 770 young people supported
    • - £5.2m raised through our
    • Tesco Partnership
  • 6.  
  • 7. Looking forward to 2012
    • Trailblazers advising on access
    • Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson
    • MDC and the Paralympics charity
    • The UK Boccia Team
    • Ambassadors and Torchbearers
  • 8. Reach, impact and funds
    • Leading the way
    • Funds needed
    • Our thanks to our supporters
    • Beating muscular dystrophy
  • 9. Effective support in Parliament
  • 10. Our voice in the media
  • 11. Leading research
  • 12. Specialist health care and support
  • 13.
    • Invest to save
    • Reduced admissions
    • Shorter hospital stays
    • Cardiac and respiratory focus
    • Transition support
    • Extending lives
    • Improving quality of life
  • 14. People living with md lead our fight
  • 15.  
  • 16. Working together Thank you Robert Meadowcroft Chief Executive Muscular Dystrophy Campaign National Conference 15 October 2011 [email_address]