Kerry McLaren has always loved the sea and sounds of the beach.
A number of oil and gas workers have taken on a 130ft drop to raise funds for a neurological care centre in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen neurological care home’s bid to almost double the number of people it can care for has been given a major boost from a North Sea oil firm.
The success of a scheme set up to help people with neurological conditions live at home will be celebrated today.
Bereavement “first aiders” should be trained by employers to help people in the workplace who are struggling with grief, a charity has said.
With Christmas a time to celebrate with friends and family, an Aberdeen neurological care centre is pulling out all of the stops to ensure its residents make the most of the occasion.
The expansion of Scotland’s only specialist neurological centre will create 74 jobs in the north-east.
A fundraising event, designed to boost the £3.9 million expansion of an Aberdeen neurological centre, has raised more than £35,000 for the appeal.
Kate Moss and Eddie Redmayne are among a number of celebrities who have given personal items to be sold at a charity auction.
A string of famous faces have backed an Aberdeen charity’s £3.9 million drive to nearly double the number of people it can care for.
It is one of the most traumatic events in anybody’s life: the death of a loved one or cherished companion.
A set of Harry Potter books signed by JK Rowling were among the items up for grabs at a charity auction earlier this month.
Sue Ryder has been providing a self-management service for people living with neurological conditions in Aberdeen since 2016.
A team who support people with neurological conditions everyday are gearing up to offer their help in another way - by sticking on their running shoes.
These images reveal how Scotland’s only purpose-built neurological centre will look after a £3.9million expansion is finished.
A campaign to create better neurological care for people in the north-east has hit the £1million milestone in just five months.
A motor enthusiast living in a care home has been able to reignite his hobby for the first time in two decades with help from a local businessman.
The Queen visited Scotland’s only purpose-built specialist neurological centre in Kincorth, Aberdeen.
There have been plenty of headlines recently about well-known Scots being afflicted with severe neurological conditions.
Mark Cordiner’s life was happy back in 2014. The Aberdeen father to cherished son, Leo, was a quiet lad who enjoyed socialising with his friends, going shopping, watching football and climbing on his bike and soaring off into the blue yonder.
The work never stops for the staff at Sue Ryder Dee View Court.
People in Scotland with neurological conditions are being denied the treatment and support they need, according to a health and social care charity.