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voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Created/last updated: 26/11/2019
Aims and objectives
PSPA is a national charity- fully reliant on voluntary donations- that provides support and information to people living with PSP and CBD, while funding research into treatments and- ultimately- a cure.
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a neurological condition caused by the premature loss of nerve cells in certain parts of the brain. Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD) is a degenerative brain disease that affects people from the age of 40 onwards.
PSPA covers the United Kingdom and works very closely with other PSP organisations across the world, working together to support research and the provision of information and support into PSP and CBD.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of PSPA - they value the skills, experience, commitment and enthusiasm that volunteers bring – so they are recruiting in Scotland to enable us them to reach out to more people affected by PSP and CBD. By working together, a real difference can be made to people’s lives.
PSPA is currently looking to recruit volunteers for the following opportunities: - Education Volunteer
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