Tags » Hydrocephalus

A lady with a big heart for the special needs children

As I made an appointment with someone I had no idea would even agree to it, I already felt welcome because on the other side was a warm and welcoming voice streaming through the phone. 771 more words

Life

INTERVIEW: Raising Awareness for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus #Nigeria #Cymru

Shine’s CEO, Kate Steele, along with Afolabi Fajemilo from the Festus Fajemilo Foundation, discuss spina bifida and hydrocephalus in Nigeria, with BBC Wales presenter, Gareth Lewis.

Hydrocephalus

Journal club: "Breed-related ventriculomegaly" may not be normal

“Breed-related ventriculomegaly” may not be normal

Article: Schmidt MJ, Laubner S, Kolecka M, et al. (2015) Comparison of the relationship between cerebral white matter and grey matter in normal dogs and dogs with lateral ventricular enlargement. 181 more words

Journals

Hydrocephalus-Esther's journey 2

Now that she was out of the 1st stage, the next step was going for an operation. They were given a number of options such as having it done at Mulago hospital’s private wing, at Kadic for 2.2 m or at CURE Hospital in Mbale. 599 more words

Life

Hydrocephalus- Esther's journey 1

I met Esther at Dawns special children’s care centre and I was blown away, her smile was infectious and her love to learn was unrivaled. However, I knew little about this girl and I yearned to know what her journey had been like. 557 more words

Life

The Shine Megacycle Festival: 1 Month To Go! #Megacycle2015 @peterboroughtel @UncoverPboro @growborough

It’s nearly here! The Shine Megacycle Festival will take place on July 4th 2015 at Ferry Meadows, Peterborough. This fun family day includes a bike ride around the park (choose from 3, 15, or 30 mile distances) followed by a public summer festival with bands, entertainment, stalls and BBQ food. 274 more words

Hydrocephalus

Shine member runs first Brighton Marathon in under 5 hours @BrightonMarathn

Shine member Phil Holland ran the Brighton Marathon 2015 in the incredible time of 4:48:02. Why incredible? Because Phil met his goal of finishing in less than 5 hours! 912 more words

Hydrocephalus