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⚫️dan white 🇪🇺🌎♿️🦠 Feb 8
It’s so lets share to make aware. 1 out of every 1,000 babies are born with hydrocephalus, making it as common as Down's syndrome and more common than spina bifida or brain tumors. Hydrocephalus is the most common reason for brain surgery in children
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KASBAH Feb 11
This is why means a lot to us! 💪❤
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Cheryl Abrahams Feb 16
As draws to a close, I thought I'd share the informative blog by in which she seeks to raise awareness and support the important campaign by . Hope the campaign was a success .
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Helen@shine Feb 10
Great start to with Shine member Dean talking to Cardiff University School of Journalism MA students about the effects of hydrocephalus - which will be broadcast on student TV and via social media - Thank you Dean! 🙂
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Variety, the Children’s Charity Feb 7
"We are always aware of the danger of Harry falling over & damaging his shunt, or the risk of a ball hitting his head". Today, at the start of , Mick shares son Harry's story of living with the condition:
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Ryan Bedwell-Woods Feb 11
A very interesting TedEx Talk around disability where they talk about how people with disabilities are assumed that they cannot work due to having a disability. This is not true.
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Jiraffe Feb 13
As part of , we'd like to introduce you to Jamie, who uses a range of postural support equipment from Jiraffe to provide additional daily support, following his diagnosis of , and -
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Shine Feb 14
Meet Georgie. Within only a few months of her early life, she got an infection due to her making a hole in her bowel, and -coli. Georgie amazes her family every second of the day! Read her story here
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Sarah Billiald Feb 12
It’s I’d never heard of a year ago... nor shunts or a ventriculostomy. Oscar has had all three & we are grateful to for their support And to for being shunt aware. to learn more
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Katie Thumwood Feb 13
We are looking funky in the office today! 🧢👒🎩 We have our best headwear on in support of and the wonderful
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Aidan Daly Feb 12
Day12 - 60k done. Thankfully pretty uneventful run, given the last few days
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Becka Hubbard Feb 11
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Shine Feb 14
Thank you to for participating and raising awareness of for Here are some of their photos 😍
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Sheffield Children's Feb 11
Replying to @SHINEUKCharity
This awareness week was created by . To find out more about how Shine provide support and advice, visit:
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Young Activist Network Feb 12
After Roald Dahl's five-month-old son developed hydrocephalus, the writer worked to invent the Wade-Dahl-Till valve, which went on to be used in thousands of operations.
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Sarah Wealleans Feb 13
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⚫️dan white 🇪🇺🌎♿️🦠 Feb 7
Emily has hydrocephalus & is proud to be involved in just like her buddy Harry. Pls share to make aware
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Sarah Rowland Feb 13
What a fine selection of headwear we have between us!
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Shine Feb 14
doesn't stop you doing the things you enjoy! Thinking of going of holiday? Find out about travelling with and/or at and share to give a
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Ryan Bedwell-Woods Feb 12
On the penultimate day of , did you know the famous author Roald Dahl was fascinated by medical research including creating the first ever shunt that saved the lives of people with (1 of 2)
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