Rotary Club of Thame & District hosted an online talk about Medical Detection Dogs, the charity. Danielle Mills, shared stories about life savings dogs on Wednesday 21 April with a prompt start at 7:30 pm.
Participants who wish to attend are required to request details in advance via the contact form below.
The main photo includes Emily and Barna. Barna alerts Emily when she is about to collapse due to a complex health condition, so she can get somewhere safe and take the necessary action. Recently, Barna warned Emily while she was in the bath that she was about to have an episode, certainly saving her life. As well as physically saving her life countless times, Barna has restored her quality of life, giving her confidence to do lots of things a young lady should be able to do such as see her friends, go shopping and enjoy some independence.
Some of the dogs have been working recently on a COVID-19 trial. More information about the Medical Detection Dogs can be found on their website: https://www.medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk/
During the time of the pandemic, Rotary Club of Thame & District and Phoenix Community Club members have continued supporting the local community, have been meeting safely online and have been welcoming 10 new members since March 2020. The clubs’ doors are largely open to welcome new volunteer members.
To find out more about the Rotary Club of Thame & District or Phoenix Community Club or how to join, please visit www.thame.rotary1090.org or www.facebook.com/thamerotary or www.facebook.com/phoenixcommunityclubthame
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