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Functional Movement Disorder Jul 22
Replying to @joatsunflowers
Thank you hun, positive words can really help. I hope you have a good day and stay safe xx
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Functional Movement Disorder Jul 21
I’ve not been around much lately, I am having problems with my & I a lot! Wish I could turn back time & maybe find some way to stop it all happening 🙁 My is giving me less each day 🤷‍♀️😳
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 29
Being a bully is the lowest of the low! You have no idea what your future may bring, so be good to yourself and to others too, because it will make you feel a better person 🙏🏻
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 29
It is scary too 😣
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 26
Help slow the spread of and identify at risk cases sooner by self-reporting your symptoms daily, even if you feel well 🙏🏼. Download the app
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 24
Tomorrow is I know lots of people are worried at the moment so this won’t be top of your list But if you do remember it mite b your tweet Facebook post (or other socialmedia post) that gets reposted more than others. I thank u all X
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FND Action Mar 23
FND Awareness Day UK ~ 25th March 2020. Share your story and take part in Functional Neurological Disorder
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Homerton ED Mar 23
Replying to @hughg_p
All goodies shared amongst all staff with us!! Domestics, porters, admin, clinical and managerial staff all equally important!! Not forgetting other ‘behind the scenes’ teams too such as procurement, estates and supporting services!! 😂
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Hugh Grant Peterkin Mar 23
Replying to @tom_gardiner95
It is totally possible - Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust recently stopped using Sodexo and brought domestic staff inhouse. This was thanks to work of and others. Surely now is the time to do this.
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Katherine Mar 23
As we head into the UK and Australian FND Awareness Day - 25th March 2020, here is an insight into life with FND by the talented @KerriDiplock
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 16
Functional Movement Disorder Awareness Day 25th March 2020 via
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XKCD Comic Mar 9
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 16
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 16
Here is another wonderful coming together of neighbours as one! They may b trapped inside by Covid19 but u cant trap music bringing souls together. Its like being at a concert I think they r fabulous I love it thank you for making my heart lighter in these worrying times ❤️😁
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Functional Movement Disorder Mar 16
Replying to @LitalLital7987
How wonderful to hear others join in a great show of comradeship, it made me smile and brought joy to my heart. This is what humanity is about, coming together in time of need if only to sing and feel less alone, just beautiful thank you! It gives hope to others 😊 ❤️
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@MRHSutcliffe Mar 14
Great research articles suggest FND caused by damage to the neural pathways in brain white matter. Area of the brain affected correlates directly to symptoms and long term prognosis .…
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FND Action Mar 15
Coronavirus Information -
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