Soul Sisters, Lisa and Michelle were delighted to be invited to BBC Radio Berkshire on 14th August by Presenter, Debbie McGee, to talk about their Brain Aneurysm Awareness Campaign and Gold Post Box Challenge.
The pair were extremely grateful to Debbie for showing such great interest in their Brain Aneurysm Awareness campaign, particularly after loosing her husband, Paul Daniels, so recently to a neurological condition.
During the interview Michelle and Lisa had the opportunity to discuss their own experiences of Brain Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Haemorrhage and the reason why they believe more awareness of the conditions and it’s sudden signs and symptoms are vital.
Please sign and share the petition to introduce a Brain Aneurysm Awareness Day. We need 100,000 signatures by 25th August 2016 for the petition to be considered for debate in parliament.
Please then share this blog post and the petition to help us raise more awareness about Brain Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.
This is an extremely serious neurological condition, which NHS statistics show is fatal in around 60% of cases. About three in five people who suffer a subarachnoid haemorrhage die within two weeks and half of those who survive are left with severe brain damage and disability.
If you or a family member has been affected by this condition, please join our Gold Post Box Crusade by posting a letter to your local MP from your own most local Gold Post Box, stating why more awareness is vital. Please then send your Gold Post Box Photos and Stories to our Soul Sisters UK Facebook Page.