Filmed as part of series of films highlighting the impact Cerebellar Mutism has on not only the patient but also the families. We hear from Neurosurgeon Donald Macarthur who gives his professional opinion on the condition.
Filmed as part of series of films highlighting the impact Cerebellar Mutism has on not only the patient but also the families. We hear from Neuroradiologist Rob Dineen who talks about the research that is happening at Queen’s Medical Centre, […]
Filmed as part of series of films highlighting the impact Cerebellar Mutism has on not only the patient but also the families. We hear from Neuropsychologist Sophie Thomas who shares her experience of working with patients who have Cerebellar Mutism.
Short film explaining about the condition Cerebellar Mutism, hearing from families affected by this and hearing from the professionals themselves who are researching ways to reduce the impact.
Another film by Mr Arnie Higgs, his wonderful, never give up attitude, always brightens up our day here at jtv… Now think winner people…
Jess shares her experiences of having a brain tumour including why peer support is so important to her and other young people.
Arnie gives motivational advice to keep us moving forward!
Arnie talks about the pain barrier he had to get through in order to get fit, he calls this his success barrier.
Arnie gives top advice on how you shouldn’t be embarrassed if you want to achieve something such as getting back to fitness!
Arnie is back again, and this time he is thinking outside the box on how to keep motivated … Check out Arnie’s website – http://www.haveagoarn.com
We catch up with Arnie who’s telling us all about his book that he has wrote called “Cancer, Determination and Me” all about Arnie’s experiences of having a brain tumour. You can purchase Arnie’s book via Amazon, Waterstones or on Arnie’s […]